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kgoodrich   Thursday, 01/19/12 09:20:46 AM
Re: Preciouslife1 post# 61025
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Careful with BAC Marco
They are one of five banks in our country that have a combined debt of over $250 trillion dollars in notional derivatives. Sooner or later the Bank of International Settlements will force their hand. They have been warned already to pay up. But, for quick hit compound...sure

Watch out for Chase, Citibank, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and HSBC...they're in almost as much trouble as Mitt Romney for his offshore bank accounts and his dealings with Ed Falcone's money, to witt, pending writs are to be served according to the white hats report . Bless the oath keepers of our country.


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