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Saepe_Expertus Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 1:10 PM
It's time for Republicans to accept the responsibility for 9-11. During the eight year 'Reign of Error' of George W. Bush, Republicans never accepted blame for anything. Here's a Republican storyline of why Al Qaeda was successful on 9-11; Jamie Gorelick made a 'wall' that prevented information to flow between the CIA and FBI. If this is a story we all know about and the Republicans had been in charge for nine months in 2001, then how come they didn't do anything about that 'wall?' George Bush(R) was President, Denny Hastert(R) was Speaker of the House and Trent Lott(R) was Senate Majority Leader in 2001. What did they do to overturn this most cumbersome and onerous law? Nothing! NADA! Zilch!
MoreFreedom Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 4:50 PM
Jamie Gorlick was Deputy Attorney General under Clinton, a Democrat, who appointed her. She also worked as Vice Chairman of Fannie Mae. She wrote the memo creating the "wall" when Clinton was president (and she was working for him).

So perhaps you should redirect your finger towards the Democrats who didn't even want to investigate Fannie Mae, which was in the middle of the housing bubble. And now she's representing British Petroleum. Thus we can see Democrats in the middle of the housing bubble, 9/11, and the Horizon oil spill.

It’s too early to say if this is gold finding a new normal for pricing, a relief rally or the infamous dead cat bounce, but precious metals finally moved off recent lows and into positive territory. 

Gold was up $12.28 to $1,717.20 and silver was up $0.33 to $32.17, for a silver/gold ratio sliding to 53.3.  Gold and silver had a lot of company to the upside in commodities early with platinum, palladium, crude oil and copper all posting gains. 

The euro finally found some footing against the dollar, although it’s hard to say how long...