Tuesday, April 6, 2010

(CBS) He was called nothing less than "The Man Who Crashed The World." Today, CBS News Chief Investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports Joseph Cassano met with Justice Department lawyers in Washington in hopes of ending a major criminal case against him.

Calling someone an elephant doesn't make them one, either. Perhaps Cassano's hundreds of millions of dollars in bonuses are actually for taking the fall for the real culprits. The actual face of this crisis is one of Alan Greenspan's faces which he doesn't show in public - that of the British lackey who deliberately engineered the bubble and got out just before it started collapsing.

But what we really need to know is the face of the recovery, and that face belongs to Lyndon LaRouche, who has been forecasting this crisis for decades, based on the situation and the direction of economic policy at the time of each forecast.