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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Perspective on all this Charley actually is a good start at the New York attorney general -- -- in -- to talk about the second but what about today in the markets I mean I e-book but fascinating interviewed Sheila -- I thought it inmate who also had him two months into -- compliment you talk about -- -- but you know what's interesting is -- basic confirms my thesis about the markets this is a crack addicted market down I mean you know we're in the air.
We've been pumping so much stuff in it the minute the minute he -- -- says may be -- you know might might pull back a little bit.
I might taper you know all hell breaks loose so I mean we're -- never never -- and I think she's actually right depending on how this thing on winds.
This could be really bad I know my personal view is.
Bernanke won't unwind it that much I mean I think this was basically pay back to Obama for -- among the -- for -- Janet Yellen is going to be the next and Janet Yellen is a Donald.
So my view is that this is you know when she -- -- there I you know listen the whole thing is this.
I think everybody's got to kind of cut to take this can be Obama economy.
Exist on itself okay can this whole thing that he created.
Obamacare down the line can that exist on its own.
I doubt it.
It has to eventually the economy what we're also has in the White House regards -- -- an -- -- -- they had -- -- -- because you know what happens you get asset bubbles and we do we already at Larry McDonald very good investor will tell you.
That we have that's -- bubbles or rating in the bond market you have to at that point when those things -- -- It's really hasn't hit like I'll probably get -- the gold and get Orange County like situations -- thing.
So my point is this at some point the economy's -- restaurants on and when it doesn't with the market is saying it's gonna -- Him that we should also point out sorry as a lose my voice -- -- the other markets -- -- to -- off the -- right right so you know little I know -- gonna.
There was no forty -- there -- few minutes ago right.
Bob what you tell us your career hat another and your Eric Schneider good story had no right.
-- well I mean you know who doesn't want to Wall Street hate more than Eric and Eric Schneider -- In New York attorney general I mean he's like Eliot Spitzer on steroids from what I understand.
Wall Street executives are now kind of you know lobbying.
To get some sort of congressional investigation against snyderman to basically say listen get get the house probably the house financial services committee I've heard -- Gone they've had lobbies go down and say listen investigate.
The investigator the problem with this guy.
He's completely political he goes after JPMorgan Jamie Dimon over a Bear Stearns issued that -- -- before JPMorgan -- -- Bear Stearns.
Doesn't go with the Jon Corzine so.
That's essentially what's happening right now I think is an agency situation does have -- do it.
I think it's 5050 I think what what's gonna happen is -- it's gonna send some sort of it for me you'll email or letter to to to.
To Corzine at some points -- he's he's he's spokesman said his -- in the works right now.
But I think this is kind of interest if you ask anybody now Wall Street -- Eliot Spitzer I could -- as I would -- this idea.
I can tell you there was a jerk to a lot to deal with the office they were turned into a thought on where he tries he tried to get me fired like three times so I just just you know I mean I -- -- -- -- -- although we and I have a more cordial relationship now.
Beat the animus towards them too good to it's -- -- -- I would say using Morse because what they feel as well.
At what at least Spitzer okay -- make the case at least Spitzer -- money if there everybody evenly.
This was you know Republicans Democrats really dramatic.
What they really believe this snyderman is essentially a political hack whoever heard of before this who -- right in who's basically bases his.
-- investigations on how much political -- he can get.
And and basically how much and and NBC investigation to favor the Democrats as opposed Republicans.
I think it's a very good point.
Why didn't in New York attorney general's office -- after MF global -- did an excellent point a -- why -- -- in New York attorney general's office.
Going after JPMorgan.
For -- -- that occurred at Bear Stearns which he was forced essentially to buy by the Treasury Department.
And I to point out that -- most executives are going to pencil in his office he's chairman of the house financial services committee.
And trying to get into to move on this to do something whether he doesn't I can't tell you have -- statement from.
Schneider and he basically put up some do we have the statement -- not have a statement I don't think we have we don't have it you really say much stuff.
-- other that for you other that he'll keep going to -- he'd do what he's doing what I did play -- -- right analysis Charlie Gasparino and he does sound like more of a tough guy with the boys to think so yeah.
I wanted that we face of the -- if it hits me every at the end of every week.
Yeah well on the phone and on both shooting -- bit lighter outlet at night who -- I was not only that you're doing a lot Charles.
-- -- that's his way of saying he's working the phones we talked a thank you Charlie fish are.
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