What’s far more interesting than Bernanke’s WSJ Propaganda Piece is the comment section. Apparently there are 591 comments as of this writing, and if the first page is any indication, WSJ readers are not on the same page as Bernanke. And that’s putting it lightly…
Submitted by Michael Krieger, Liberty Blitzkrieg:
There’s nothing like the comment section when it comes to Federal Reserve propaganda in the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal. Liberty Blitzkrieg readers will remember well the last time the WSJ published a disconnected piece of Central Bank stroking garbage from Fed propagandist John Hilsenrath, and the riotous anger which ensued in the comment section. If you missed it, I strongly suggest taking a read: “Revolution is Coming” – The Top 20 Responses to Jon Hilsenrath’s Idiotic WSJ Article.
Fast forward a few months, and here we have Ben “the courage to bail out billionaires” Bernanke writing an almost unreadable propaganda piece in the WSJ titled “How the Fed Saved the Economy.”
At this point in a post I’d typically highlight the more egregious parts of an Op-Ed, but this one is so bad, so poorly written and uninteresting, there’s really no point. If you feel like wasting two minutes of your life go ahead and read it yourself, but it appears to me that it was put together in a couple of seconds by an intern trying to boost book sales.
What’s far more interesting, is the comment section. Apparently there are 591 comments as of this writing, and if the first page is any indication, WSJ readers are not on the same page as Bernanke. And that’s putting it lightly.
So what do Americans think of our hero? Here are a few examples from the first page alone:
Thank you for your service Dr. Bernanke.
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