mjocaj

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  • mjocaj commented on the blog post US Trying To Push Europe Into Further Conflict In Ukraine

    2014-04-28 13:45:00View | Delete

    Hey dumbshit: U S A ! U S A ! U S A ! U S A !

    Do you feeld better now ?

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post US Trying To Push Europe Into Further Conflict In Ukraine

    2014-04-28 13:42:41View | Delete

    Russia did not invade Crimea. Russian special forces entered at the request of the Crimean government to prevent a Kyiv type coup and to serve as a block to invasion by NATO/US stormtroopers pending the result of a referendum. This referendum would not have taken place without this action. Moscow should do the same in the eastern Ukraine.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Russia Likely To Keep Crimea

    2014-03-10 08:50:05View | Delete

    Among other reasons, Putin sent troops to the Crimea to ensure a referendum takes place enabling the Crimean people to decide their own fate. According to the US, EU, and Ukraine governments this referendum is “illegal”. If Russia had not sent troops Crimea would most likely now be occupied by NATO troops for the sole purpose of suppressing the will of the population. That alone justifies the Russian “invasion”.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Russia Likely To Keep Crimea

    2014-03-10 08:26:32View | Delete

    Unless the people of Crimea were allowed to vote on the Budapest Memo, consenting to their permanent inclusion in the Ukraine, it has no legitimacy and no relevance to the current situation.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Russia Likely To Keep Crimea

    2014-03-10 08:11:42View | Delete

    Among other reasons, Putin sent troops to the Crimea to ensure a referendum takes place enabling the Crimean people to decide their own fate. According to the US, EU, and Ukraine governments this referendum is “illegal”. If Russia had not sent troops Crimea would most likely now be occupied by NATO troops for the sole purpose of suppressing the will of the population. That alone justifies the Russian “invasion”.

  • “We will have to see how the lawsuit plays out and whether Wall Street gets the message”

    Wall Street will get the message when those who actually committed the fraud have liens placed on their assets and are sitting in a jail cell next
    to Bernie Madoff.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post The Choice Of A New Generation

    2013-06-24 18:59:34View | Delete

    Would you have said that to Germans, or others in occupied Europe, who sheltered Jews ? The only crimes committed here are by the NSA and their supporters in the government. Snowden took an oath to defend and protect the constitution and that is exactly what he did when he leaked the information. The others violated their oath.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post The Choice Of A New Generation

    2013-06-24 18:53:17View | Delete

    You need to learn to read. I said Americans are DUMBER than dogshit. I think recent history has proven that statement correct.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post The Choice Of A New Generation

    2013-06-24 18:49:30View | Delete

    Yes, Snowden was a contract employee. That meant he had to prove his worth each and every day. Federal employees only have to make it through the grace period and then they are set for life unless they are grossly, grossly incompetent. Jealousy isn’t the word for what I feel. It is disgust. I think a lot of the “hating” on Snowden is because he is a Ron Paul supporter. I got news for you. Ron Paul has been right about a lot of stuff. I wish other progressives would accept that as I have.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post The Choice Of A New Generation

    2013-06-24 18:42:49View | Delete

    No, they are not upholding the law. They are wiping their asses with the constitution. Anything unconstitutional is by definition illegal. As far as picking which laws/crimes are enforced, these shitheads in the government do it all the time. Obama made the decision, all by his lonesome and in his bedroom, not to prosecute Jon Corzine for embezzlement at MF Global as well as letting the clock run out on all the Wall Street crimes leading up to the financial collapse in 2008. Your reference to MLK is absurd. If Snowden were to turn himself in he would face a secret trial in a kangaroo court. Americans would not object because most of them are dumber than dog shit and would believe it was being done for their well-being.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post The Choice Of A New Generation

    2013-06-24 18:14:38View | Delete

    Hey TBag, Snowden, and for that matter any citizen of the good old USA, has as much right to determine what secrets the government keeps as do any of the pissants on the federal government payroll. These fuckers are our servants not our masters. If they are not doing anything wrong they have nothing to hide, right ? If McCain or Romney (both fascist dipshits) were president you would be all over their asses about this. But, since the fascist in chief has a “D” next to his name, and is a black man to boot, you’ve got no problem with it.

    (P.S. How do you manage to suck Obama’s dick when you are not in Washington ? It must be hard slurping down that spooge via SKPE.)

  • mjocaj commented on the diary post Jobs and Social Security by dakine01.

    2013-02-01 17:18:09View | Delete

    The data releases of the past two days don’t quite add up. I realize there is no direct correlation between the jobs numbers and GDP but if the employment situation really improved as much as indicated in November/December, with the associated income gains, one would not expect 4th quarter GDP to have contracted. That would [...]

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Unlearning and Relearning

    2013-01-20 12:01:37View | Delete

    “There was a rock band in the 1960s, whose name I have forgotten, whose lyrics demanded an immediate end to money. Maybe that’s something to think about.”

    I hope you are being facetious.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Unlearning and Relearning

    2013-01-20 11:58:16View | Delete

    I have read Wray’s Primer. It is mostly babble dressed up in fancy language to justify Keynesian ponzi economics. The past decade has been the most Keynesian in world history with the housing bubble, among other things, the result of massive monetary stimulus through credit (i.e. money) creation. Let’s see how the situation looks in 5 years. The 2010′s will dwarf the 2000′s in this regard. I pity the young people. They are looking at a bleak, bleak future.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Unlearning and Relearning

    2013-01-20 11:33:33View | Delete

    I do understand it. It would be the equivalent of me finding a pile of dog crap, putting a $100,000 price sticker on it, then using it as collateral for a bank loan.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Unlearning and Relearning

    2013-01-20 11:20:22View | Delete

    So what is your point ? The ludicrous essence of MMT is that wealth can be produced by printing/digitally creating money. That is why the asinine trillion dollar coin idea was laughed off the political stage.

  • Re: Trillion Dollar Coin

    Do you people really think wealth can be created, and debt be reduced, by assigning an arbitrary value to a hunk of metal ? Such a coin would only have value if it was accepted as payment which I don’t think the Chinese, Japanese, or our oil suppliers in Canada, Mexico, and the Middle East would do. The mere attempt of such a ridiculous move would destroy the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency which would mean the US would actually have to provide something in return for all the stuff we buy from the rest of the world, other than worthless pieces of paper with George Washington’s picture on them or their digital equivalent. Unreal ! Keynesian/Krugmanian nuttery at its’ extreme.

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Taming the Rube Goldberg Beast That Is Obamacare

    2012-11-12 14:13:29View | Delete

    Does anyone have a link to a site that explains the requirements/options/costs of the new insurance plans or do we have to wait until the exchanges are established before we find out what we are getting and at what cost ? Are existing plans going to still be available or do all health insurance companies have to switch to the exchanges ?

  • mjocaj commented on the blog post Obama vs. Taibbi: Obama’s Defense of Dodd-Frank Falls Short

    2012-10-29 13:12:11View | Delete

    A major cause of the financial crisis was the intermingled derivatives exposure of the FDIC insured commercial banks. That is why the AIG bailout occurred, which was a backdoor bailout of the banks. Would the derivatives activities of the banks been prevented by Glass-Steagall ? I would think so, at least on the sell side.

  • “Another Study Shows Payroll Tax Cut Expiration Damaging to the Economy”

    So be it. It’s time to do what is right and not merely kick the can to temporarily inflate the economic statistics. While we’re at it, let the Obama tax cuts expire and sequestration take affect. Get real people. We can’t live on borrowed money forever nor can we print our way to prosperity. Let the Ponzi pop.

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