Email fraudsters: takes one to know one
Now that's the first thing that Mr. Bernanke has allegedly done that I agree with. Wait a minute. Mr. Bernanke has left his post at the New York Fed in February 2006. Can it be that the Federal government has figured out a way to send emails even slower than US postal mail? This policy of giving large checks to people for no sensible cause can explain how the National Debt got so huge. But I wish they would have sent me my 10 million sooner. Then again, a year or two ago, I might have bought government bonds with the funds.
"Please be fast on this matter." Notice that the email sender is copying the techiniques of the Obama administration, wanting to pass the bills, so to speak, quickly through the system. That's not a good sign.
"Thanks and God bless you," it says. I don't think a Federal official would invoke the name of the Diety in a financial related email letter. Either way, getting this email makes me feel important.
Mr. Bernanke, if you read this, you don't have to send me a check. I live on the East Coast and I will come to your office in Washington or New York to personally pick up the funds. I wouldn't want it to get lost.