OBAMA THE PROSTITUTE

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Posted on 25th January 2011 by Administrator in Economy |Politics |Social Issues

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Gotta love Marc Faber. Anyone who calls Obama a prostitute is OK in my book. Smokey should note Faber’s opinion about China.

Marc Faber’s Most Provocative Interview Ever: Compares Obama To A Prostitute, Goes Long Treasurys

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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/25/2011 19:58 -0500

Earlier, Marc Faber appeared on Bloomberg TV, in what may go down in history as his most scandalous interview ever. When asked, in advance of the SOTU address, what he thinks of the president, Faber, who appears to have had enough with all the bullshit, propaganda, and lies, replies: “I think he’s done a horrible job and I think that will continue, I think he is a dishonest person, and nothing has changed… Some politicians are more honest than others. I don’t think that I have a very high regard for politicians, I have a high regard for businessmen and for people who work, and not for people who abuse the system continuously. And in comparison to other politicians, I think he came in on a platform as a president that would want to change the government in Washington, and actually he’s made it worseWe foreigners, we just laugh at someone like Mr. Obama. I was very critical of Mr. Bush, but at least he had one line and he stuck to that line, and at least he set out to do a thing and he was relatively straight on the thing that he did. He may have been wrong, but at least he didn’t change his mind continuously, and didn’t prostitute himself.” If nothing else, how many other people do you know who will compare, in front of a live Bloomberg audience, the president of the formerly greatest country in the world to a whore?

As for what Faber thinks the real state of the union address should be, he says:

“I think what should happen in the US is for the president to tell the US, you have to tighten your belts. ‘We have to go through hard times for 5 years to repair the damage that was committed over 20-25 years by the Federal Reserve, by the Treasury, by the politicians, and somebody has to tell the truth. But the politicians keep on fueling the illusion that you can spend yourself out of the misery, and that by printing money you will improve the economy, which is not the case.”

On the topic of the Fed and relative performance:

You don’t know. Maybe [Bernanke] will resign. After he sees the disaster he has created he may resign. Or he may be disposed, who knows. But all i want to say is in terms of investments we have a very interesting situation, because from the March lows, the EM universe has performed fantastically well, and industrial commodities have done fantastically well, and the US has underperformed everything. And now we have a change: the US may outperform, it may not go up, but may go down less than emerging markets.

On his latest opinion on Treasurys

In the long-run, for sure US Treasurys and most government bonds are a suicidal investment. But as a shorter-term timeframe, and I think for the next three months or so, I think we have a situation where stock markets have become very overbought, and emerging markets in January, most of them failed to make new highs above the November, December highs, and recently some of them have sold off very considerably, plus the Chinese market is giving you a signal that something is not right in the Chinese economy, because it is going down. For the next three months you have to shift out of the Emerging Markets, they may correct 20-30%, out of industrial commodities, on a relative basis. And I think the sentiment, just recently, was overly optimistic on the reflation trade, and overly negative about treasury bonds, so treasury bonds right now are oversold, and as of tonight I got the buy signal on US Treasurys. I think Treasury are the best place for the next 3 months, as is the US dollar. I think a correction is coming in the range of 10% in the S&P and 20-30% in the emerging markets.

On all the current batch of Davos participants:

I dont think the ‘thinkers’ are in Davos. I think it’s a group of liars, and people that go along with the system, and perpetuate fraud and abuse, and dubious practices in the financial system.

As for what he thinks of Keynesianism, and gold, well, we’ll just let you hear that for yourselves.

9 Comments
  1. StuckInNJ says:

    Hip Hip Hooray, Mr. Faber !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I hope he has something to say about Obama’s speech Wed. morning. Should be a doozey.

    Here’s my analysis: O’s speech was cheap, stinky, and not very satisying ….. just like a skanky prostitute.

    26th January 2011 at 12:18 am

  2. llpoh says:

    Obama is absolutely a political whore. Look at his appointments – old political cronies one and all. You have to look no further than his appointment of Daley – has there Ever been a more politically corrupt family than the Daleys? He made noises of change, but the fact is he was always a party political animal with no background or experience appropriate to actually implement change. It would require a near superman to do what is needed, and instead we got a clown. He is now trying to appear to be moving to the center. Fat chance of him rrally changing. Everything he is doing is aimed at improving his chances of re-election. And as absurd as it may seem, it may happen. Still nearly half approve of his pewrformance – in the midst of an economic meltdown. The people have spoken – and, as usual, it is gibberish.

    26th January 2011 at 12:25 am

  3. llpoh says:

    Meant performance above but pewformance is actually more accurate.

    26th January 2011 at 12:27 am

  4. Thinker says:

    You have to love how he claims that jobs have gone away “because of technology” and then talks about how we need to help companies make investments. Except Big Oil, of course… the bastards.

    But hey, let’s “Win the Future!” (WTF?????????)

    26th January 2011 at 12:37 am

  5. Kill Bill says:

    Yahbut prostitutes dont ramble on and on and on after the sex is over they leave quickly

    26th January 2011 at 5:35 am

  6. Kill Bill says:

    I got this out of it:

    Americans, stop bitching, work harder for less pay, if your schools do good we will show them money, we will continue to bail out too big to fail and let wall streeters run amok while GM sells more cars in China and on the bright side some guys are making solar shingles.

    26th January 2011 at 5:39 am

  7. Anonymous says:

    Faber-“…the Chinese market is giving you a signal that something is not right in the Chinese economy, because it is going down.”

    China has learned much from the Western masters of swindle.

    For smokey.

    26th January 2011 at 6:34 am

  8. MuckAbout says:

    @llpoh: You would have done better just to shut up. I thought “pewformance” was on purpose and fitted just fine!

    26th January 2011 at 12:18 pm

  9. TeresaE says:

    “…It would require a near superman to do what is needed, and instead we got a clown. ..” -llpoh

    At the risk of sounding like an ass-kisser, I LOVE it. I’m repeating that all over the place. Nicely said.

    26th January 2011 at 5:12 pm

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