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Since the crisis began, Bank of America (BAC) CEO Ken Lewis has misjudged the depth, breadth and...

Since the crisis began, Bank of America (BAC) CEO Ken Lewis has misjudged the depth, breadth and severity of the storm that has crushed the global financial system, while taxpayers are left cleaning up his mess. Now he has to go.
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  • Sentinel
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    Simply Google iTulip zombie banks

     

    Here's the link for the lazy....

     

    itulip.com/forums/show...

     

    Read and understand.

     

    And why Larry Kudlow gets paid so much money to scratch his head and proclaim on CNBC why he can't understand the reason the Bank of America needs even more money from the taxpayers, and Steve Leisman states that he believes that BofA simply "misjudged" the amount of debt they had.....

     

    Bullcrap.....the top 20 banks in this country are all INSOLVENT. That's why they are not loaning the TARP money out. That's why Paulson will not divulge who got the money and how's it's being used. There would be an instant nation-wide run on every bank in America if the truth came out.......that most of our banks are dead busted broke.

     

    Google iTulip Zombie Banks or click the link.

     

    Enjoy.
    16 Jan 2009, 03:34 PM Reply Like
  • Jackson Cash
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    I wouldn't count the run on banks out. People only have to realize the vaults are completely empty.

     

    16 Jan 2009, 03:45 PM Reply Like
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