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Bin Laden Dead: Hoax Exposed – Weiss Gives US Debt Rating of “C”

May 3, 2011

Exclusive: ‘Bin Laden Dead’ Hoax Exposed

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TheAlexJonesChannel
May 2, 2011

Alex Jones exposes the contrived “victory” in the War on Terror surrounding a man who many experts have said was already dead for years. After nearly a decade of “hunting” for Bin Laden, he is summarily shot in the head and allegedly dumped into the ocean (conveniently making the body unavailable). So goes the official life of Osama bin Laden (aka Tim Osman), one of the CIA’s most useful patsies and assets.

Very informative video:

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US Debt Rating Should Be ‘C’: Independent Agency

My comment: The C-rating is comparable to a BBB from S&P and places it just above junk.  Weiss has been known to be more circumspect and less gracious to big corporations who are thought to “buy” top ratings  from the likes of agencies like AM Best.

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CNBC
May 3, 2011

There have been increasing concerns about the fate of United States’ prized triple-A sovereign debt rating. While Standard and Poor’s recently downgraded its U.S. debt outlook to negative from stable, implying that a ratings cut could happen in two years, one independent ratings agency has given the U.S. sovereign rating a “C”.

“A ‘C’ is equivalent to approximately a triple-B on the S&P, Moody’s and Fitch scales. It’s two notches above junk and one notch above the equivalent of a single A,” Martin Weiss, President of Weiss Ratings, told CNBC Tuesday.

Weiss was quick to add that while the rating seems weak, the debt situation is not in a danger zone that would trigger panic, noting that there was still broad market acceptance for Treasurys.

The grade reflects the U.S. massive debt burden, low international reserves and the volatility in the American economy, he said.

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