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  • suesarkis@aol.com
    Americans asked for it and now they have it. Karl Marx is laughing his rear off as is Nakita Kruschev.
    Message 1 of 7 , Apr 2, 2009
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      Americans asked for it and now they have it. Karl Marx is laughing his rear
      off as is Nakita Kruschev.


      _http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/author/judgenapolitano/_
      (http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/author/judgenapolitano/)

      April 2, 2009 1:14 PM
      _Our Government Engaged In EXTORTION With Our Banks!_
      (http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/04/02/napolitano_fdic/)


      By Judge Andrew Napolitano
      FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst
      The Federal government committed extortion and they’re not being held
      accountable. What’s next? Listen to this: I recently met with the Chair and CEO of
      one of the country’s top 10 bank holding companies. His bank is worth in
      excess of $250 billion, has no bad debt, no credit default swaps, no liquidity
      problems, and no subprime loans. He told me that he and others were forced by
      Treasury and FDIC threats to take TARP funds, even though he did not want or
      need them.
      There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
      exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry.
      The FDIC — with Treasury backing — threatened to conduct public audits of
      his bank unless his board created and issued a class of stock for the Feds to
      buy. The audit, which he is confident his bank would survive, would cost it
      millions in employee time, bad press, and consequent lost business.
      He pleaded with the Feds to leave his successful bank alone. He begged his
      board to let him tell the Feds to take a hike. But they gave in. The Feds are
      now just a tiny shareholder, but want to begin asserting more and more
      control. This is a classic extortion: Controlling someone’s free will by threatening
      to perform a lawful act. (Blackmail is the threat is to perform an unlawful
      act in order to control someone else’s free will.) There are no exceptions in
      the statutes prohibiting extortion for government persons
      This happened in September 2008, but the demands for more control are more
      recent. It sounds to me like Paulson, Geithner, Bernanke, and Sheila Blair have
      all read a biography of Benito Mussolini. I guess they skipped the last
      chapter.
      There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
      exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry. In fact, this
      level of control will wind up costing the businesses that took TARP (voluntarily
      or involuntarily) money since they will lose key employees who will go to
      work elsewhere and because the reporting requirements will take time and time is
      money. The Constitution basically says that if the government wants to take
      time or freedom or money from someone or something, it must sue for it. It
      cannot just give itself the authority to do so via legislation.
      Our liberties are slipping away right before our eyes.


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    • oracleintl@aol.com
      I dunno if this story has merit or not, but this part tells me that the writer is a nit wit. This is a classic extortion: Controlling someone’s free will by
      Message 2 of 7 , Apr 2, 2009
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        I dunno if this story has merit or not, but this part tells me that the
        writer is a nit wit.

        This is a classic extortion: Controlling someone’s free will by threatening
        to perform a lawful act. (Blackmail is the threat is to perform an unlawful
        act in order to control someone else’s free will.)


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        In a message dated 4/2/2009 7:05:39 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
        suesarkis@... writes:





        Americans asked for it and now they have it. Karl Marx is laughing his rear
        off as is Nakita Kruschev.


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        April 2, 2009 1:14 PM
        _Our Government Engaged In EXTORTION With Our Banks!_
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        (http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/04/02/napolitano_fdic/) )


        By Judge Andrew Napolitano
        FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst
        The Federal government committed extortion and they’re not being held
        accountable. What’s next? Listen to this: I recently met with the Chair and
        CEO of
        one of the country’s top 10 bank holding companies. His bank is worth in
        excess of $250 billion, has no bad debt, no credit default swaps, no
        liquidity
        problems, and no subprime loans. He told me that he and others were forced
        by
        Treasury and FDIC threats to take TARP funds, even though he did not want or
        need them.
        There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
        exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry.
        The FDIC — with Treasury backing — threatened to conduct public audits of
        his bank unless his board created and issued a class of stock for the Feds
        to
        buy. The audit, which he is confident his bank would survive, would cost it
        millions in employee time, bad press, and consequent lost business.
        He pleaded with the Feds to leave his successful bank alone. He begged his
        board to let him tell the Feds to take a hike. But they gave in. The Feds
        are
        now just a tiny shareholder, but want to begin asserting more and more
        control. This is a classic extortion: Controlling someone’s free will by
        threatening
        to perform a lawful act. (Blackmail is the threat is to perform an unlawful
        act in order to control someone else’s free will.) There are no exceptions
        in
        the statutes prohibiting extortion for government persons
        This happened in September 2008, but the demands for more control are more
        recent. It sounds to me like Paulson, Geithner, Bernanke, and Sheila Blair
        have
        all read a biography of Benito Mussolini. I guess they skipped the last
        chapter.
        There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
        exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry. In fact,
        this
        level of control will wind up costing the businesses that took TARP
        (voluntarily
        or involuntarily) money since they will lose key employees who will go to
        work elsewhere and because the reporting requirements will take time and
        time is
        money. The Constitution basically says that if the government wants to take
        time or freedom or money from someone or something, it must sue for it. It
        cannot just give itself the authority to do so via legislation.
        Our liberties are slipping away right before our eyes.

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      • suesarkis@aol.com
        In a message dated 4/2/2009 5:42:24 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, oracleintl@aol.com writes: Controlling someone’s free will by threatening to perform a lawful
        Message 3 of 7 , Apr 2, 2009
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          In a message dated 4/2/2009 5:42:24 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
          oracleintl@... writes:

          Controlling someone’s free will by threatening
          to perform a lawful act.


          And isn't that precisely what the government did? Didn't they threaten an
          audit, a lawful act?

          There are many organizations and entities that can easily withstand the
          threat of an audit as they are on the up and up but could be financially ruined
          because of the time and costs involved.

          We now have a government running around taking over shares of corporations
          and ordering the dismissal of contracted personnel and you don't have a problem
          with that?

          We can no longer proudly hail, "That would NEVER happen in America".

          Sue
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        • greenwood152@aol.com
          I ve been sounding off to everyone I know for the past decade or more about the destruction of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, and frankly I m surprised I
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 2, 2009
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            I've been sounding off to everyone I know for the past decade or more about the destruction of our Constitution and Bill of Rights, and frankly I'm surprised I haven't been picked up yet for the letters and faxes and phone calls I've made to the Congress, Senate, and Whitehouse over the years. More government ineptitude I suspect. 

            I've been hesitant to bring the subject up on one of our work-related sites. The issues facing us now have reached a critical mass and I feel any source of communication available must be fully utilized to spread awareness of the dangers we now face from a regime that seeks to implement socialism and replace our republic with a global agenda whose sole purpose is power.

            The treasonous actions of elected public servants needs to be addressed fully,  publicly, and immediately.

            If patriot reading this seeks additional information on how to take action just contact me and I will be glad to forward numerous links to you. For starters I STRONGLY SUGGEST  the site patriotwatchdog.com and to watch the first two videos presented as Thomas Paine. They will lay out in no uncertain terms OUR failure to pay attention and demand what is expected of our servant government. 



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            Americans asked for it and now they have it. Karl Marx is laughing his rear
            off as is Nakita Kruschev.


            _http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/author/judgenapolitano/_
            (http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/author/judgenapolitano/)

            April 2, 2009 1:14 PM
            _Our Government Engaged In EXTORTION With Our Banks!_
            (http://foxforum.blogs.foxnews.com/2009/04/02/napolitano_fdic/)


            By Judge Andrew Napolitano
            FOX News Senior Judicial Analyst
            The Federal government committed extortion and they’re not being held
            accountable. What’s next? Listen to this: I recently met with the Chair and CEO of
            one of the country’s top 10 bank holding companies. His bank is worth in
            excess of $250 billion, has no bad debt, no credit default swaps, no liquidity
            problems, and no subprime loans. He told me that he and others were forced by
            Treasury and FDIC threats to take TARP funds, even though he did not want or
            need them.
            There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
            exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry.
            The FDIC — with Treasury backing — threatened to conduct public audits of
            his bank unless his board created and issued a class of stock for the Feds to
            buy. The audit, which he is confident his bank would survive, would cost it
            millions in employee time, bad press, and consequent lost business.
            He pleaded with the Feds to leave his successful bank alone. He begged his
            board to let him t
            ell the Feds to take a hike. But they gave in. The Feds are
            now just a tiny shareholder, but want to begin asserting more and more
            control. This is a classic extortion: Controlling someone’s free will by threatening
            to perform a lawful act. (Blackmail is the threat is to perform an unlawful
            act in order to control someone else’s free will.) There are no exceptions in
            the statutes prohibiting extortion for government persons
            This happened in September 2008, but the demands for more control are more
            recent. It sounds to me like Paulson, Geithner, Bernanke, and Sheila Blair have
            all read a biography of Benito Mussolini. I guess they skipped the last
            chapter.
            There is simply no authority in the U.S. Constitution for Congress to
            exercise the level of control it now seeks over private industry. In fact, this
            level of control will wind up costing the businesses that took TARP (voluntarily
            or involuntarily) money since they will lose key employees who will go to
            work elsewhere and because the reporting requirements will take time and time is
            money. The Constitution basically says that if the government wants to take
            time or freedom or money from someone or something, it must sue for it. It
            cannot just give itself the authority to do so via legislation.
            Our liberties are slipping away right before our eyes.

            **************Feeling the pinch at the grocery store? Make dinner for $10 or
            less. (http://food.aol.com/frugal-feasts?ncid=emlcntusfood00000001)

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          • suesarkis@aol.com
            Jeff - You are 100% correct and I do enjoy watching the Thomas Paine video segments. He truly makes me feel like he s the real thing. Good oratory, good
            Message 5 of 7 , Apr 2, 2009
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              Jeff -

              You are 100% correct and I do enjoy watching the Thomas Paine video
              segments. He truly makes me feel like he's the real thing. Good oratory, good
              costuming.

              Don't forget the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party across America on the
              15th. Your local site can be found at various sites such as -

              _http://www.teapartyday.com/_ (http://www.teapartyday.com/)

              _http://taxdayteaparty.com_ (http://taxdayteaparty.com)
              _http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/_
              (http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/)


              Sue
              **************Feeling the pinch at the grocery store? Make dinner for $10 or
              less. (http://food.aol.com/frugal-feasts?ncid=emlcntusfood00000001)


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            • greenwood152@aol.com
              Sue... I already mailed my Teabags to the appropriate recipients and have set time aside for an upcoming? Tea Party , although I m not sure if I ll be going to
              Message 6 of 7 , Apr 3, 2009
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                Sue...

                I already mailed my Teabags to the appropriate recipients and have set time aside for an upcoming?"Tea Party", although I'm not sure if I'll be going to the one in Orlando or Tampa yet. Judging by the attendance at a local meeting last month, I expect at least 100-150 people from my immediate area are attending. The more the better!??


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                Sent: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 12:12 am
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                Jeff -

                You are 100% correct and I do enjoy watching the Thomas Paine video
                segments. He truly makes me feel like he's the real thing. Good oratory, good
                costuming.

                Don't forget the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party across America on the
                15th. Your local site can be found at various sites such as -

                _http://www.teapartyday.com/_ (http://www.teapartyday.com/)

                _http://taxdayteaparty.com_ (http://taxdayteaparty.com)
                _http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/_
                (http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/)


                Sue
                **************Feeling the pinch at the grocery store? Make dinner for $10 or
                less. (http://food.aol.com/frugal-feasts?ncid=emlcntusfood00000001)

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              • greenwood152@aol.com
                P.S. I ve also read Constitution in Exile and it was great. I recommend reading I.O.U.S.A. as well to get a firm understanding of the fiscal crisis we
                Message 7 of 7 , Apr 3, 2009
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                  P.S. I've also read "Constitution in Exile" and it was great. I recommend reading "I.O.U.S.A." as well to get a firm understanding of the fiscal crisis we REALLY face - not the "happy talk" BS that is generated by mainstream media sources. There is also a video of I.O.U.S.A. that is outstanding. It's also worth noting that the former Comptroller General of the US is one of the main presenters (he quit?his gov't. position?because of the fraud being perpetrated on US citizens).?


                  1st Choice Investigations, Inc.
                  Jeff Greenwood
                  P.O. Box 895328
                  Leesburg, FL 32895
                  954-802-0626
                  greenwood152@...
                  FL Agency # A-2600445
                  "Discrete, Thorough, and Cost Effective"


                  -----Original Message-----
                  From: suesarkis@...
                  To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
                  Sent: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 12:12 am
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                  Jeff -

                  You are 100% correct and I do enjoy watching the Thomas Paine video
                  segments. He truly makes me feel like he's the real thing. Good oratory, good
                  costuming.

                  Don't forget the TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party across America on the
                  15th. Your local site can be found at various sites such as -

                  _http://www.teapartyday.com/_ (http://www.teapartyday.com/)

                  _http://taxdayteaparty.com_ (http://taxdayteaparty.com)
                  _http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/_
                  (http://taxdayteaparty.com/teaparty/california/)


                  Sue
                  **************Feeling the pinch at the grocery store? Make dinner for $10 or
                  less. (http://food.aol.com/frugal-feasts?ncid=emlcntusfood00000001)

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