Tuesday, May 12, 2009

How many warnings are needed?

A friend sent me this today although it is old news. What astonishes me is where those 'denying there's a problem' people are now & why no one listened to the warnings.

Oh, that's right. It was because they were raking in lots of money for their own campaigns!

This video clearly shows that George Bush tried to warn Congress starting in 2001, that an economic crisis was coming, if something was not done. But congress refused to listen, along with the arrogant Congressman Barney Frank.

This video says it all and more. Everyone in America needs to see this before it is yanked off YouTube again!

1 comment:

  1. This should be REQUIRED viewing in every middle/high school/college in the country. First time I've seen it. It should be expanded to half an hour, with documents showing dates (to thwart the Fox News decriers!).

    Thanks for the heads up, Susan


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