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Jul 10, 2009

Obama wants a more powerful SEC

Pumpin' up the SEC

The SEC (which ostensibly stand for 'Securities and Exchange Commission') is being propagandized by President Obama as an entity that deserves more power in its punch and more inches in its reach. In a word, clout.

Sensitive Feathers Must Be Protected from Ruffling

That the SEC abused and/or neglected its power in recent years (and from the day it was hatched, for all I know) is a circumstance that has been in the news if not in the public discourse, for it is not to be discussed in relation to the current Rip Roaring Reforms that aim to ruffle nary a highclass feather on Wall Street, in the Masonic Temples of Washington, or in the ornate halls and palaces of older climes.

It's the Ambience, Baby

The Jupiter/Neptune duo are smiling like fluffy cats who scarfed down all the cream and retired to Paraguay to live atop an aquafer, so you may not want to bother following this pair of idealistic dreamers who have one more rendezvous scheduled for December 2009 when they plan to insinuate themselves and their grand philosophies into our lives well into 2010 from the wispy heights of their green lair floating like a bubble above the noctilucent clouds.

Cameo of a visionary bubble from the drawing, Bubble Vision.

1 comment:

DD said...

Powerful SEC
As as aside, soon we will have the chips in us the government needs to track us and "give us the finest medical care," as all records, illegals and all, will be computerized as part of the healthcare reform. Arnold S, where are you when we need you. Orwell wasn't far off the mark, heh? Nationalism will only survive to govern the masses. Sad, really. I love the perception of freedom. I would stand in line for that.