Is Standard and Poor’s Manipulating US Debt Rating to Escape Liability for the Mortgage Crisis?

By: Friday August 5, 2011 5:30 pm

Whatever S&P’s agenda, it has nothing to do with avoiding default risks or putting the US on sound fiscal footing. It appears to be intertwined with their attempts to absolve themselves from responsibility for their role in the 2008 financial crisis, and they are willing to manipulate not only the 2012 election but the world economy to escape the SEC’s attempts to regulate them.

It’s time the media and Congress started asking Standard and Poors what their political agenda is and whom it serves.

Sign our petition to the SEC: Revoke S&P’s authority as a credit ratings agency for their use of ratings as a political weapon and their attempts to avoid responsibility for their role in the financial crisis of 2008.

 

Is Standard and Poor’s Manipulating US Debt Rating to Escape Liability for the Mortgage Crisis?

By: Friday July 29, 2011 12:18 pm

Tell the SEC: Revoke Standard & Poors Authority as a Credit Ratings Agency. Stop S&P from using their ratings as a political weapon and escaping responsibility for their role in the 2008 financial crisis. [Editor's note: S&P downgrades US to AA+ with negative outlook / Reuters. Here's a rerun of last week's S&P post] By [...]

Meet the Man Who Could Decide the 2012 Presidential Election: Standard and Poor’s David Beers

By: Wednesday July 27, 2011 2:30 pm

Why is Standard and Poors out in front of all the other credit ratings agencies in pointing a gun at the US debt rating? Because a guy named David Beers says so.

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