[TERRYK] IM HEARING SUNDAY IF NOT TOMORROW IS THE WORD I GOT TONIGHT BUT WHO KNOWS ALL I KNOW I GOT TO GO GET ANOTHER LAY A WAY RIGHT NOW
[living dreams] wjbillr ok
[TERRYK] This winter, economists at the International Monetary Fund determined that the world needed an additional $1 trillion to ensure that all countries would maintain access to the debt markets at sustainable rates in the event of another financial crisis or spell of economic contraction.
European leaders agreed to bolster their bailout funds by about half that amount. That opened the door for the I.M.F. to raise $430 billion in pledges from its member countries.
Big, cash-rich emerging-market nations expected to provide much of the financing declined to name their precise contributions this spring, and were widely expected to announce how much they would be willing to offer at the Group of 20 summit meeting.
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But some countries, including Brazil and China, are expected to continue holding off on making their contributions.
For one, the emerging-market countries want to speed internal reforms at the monetary fund to give them more say within the institution.
Second, some officials in big developing economies have expressed reluctance to giving more money to the I.M.F. to help stem the European crisis if the Europeans are not using more of their own resources and acting more decisively.
At a news conference on Thursday, Gerry Rice, an I.M.F. spokesman, denied that the fund-raising drive had stalled. “Discussions have continued with the various donors,” he said. “It was never expected the package would be completed with every detail fixed by this time.”
[TERRYK] HAVE YOU ALL SEEN THAT
[TERRYK] HEY BLUEDOG WHATS THE WORD YEA THOUGHT YOU LIKE IT
TERRYK] SO BLUE ARE YOU HEARING WHAT IM HEARING TOMORROW AFTERNOON SOME ANNOUNCEMENTS ABOUT PROSPERITY STUFF AND THEN THE RV
[TERRYK] I GOT FIRST HAND WORD TODAY FROM THE MAN AND THEN FROM ANOTHER CONTACT SO LETS SEE IF THIS GOES DOWN
[TERRYK] YOU GUYS ARE DOING GREAT SO BE SURE TO LET MICHIGNADER AND MAC KNOW WHEN YOU TALK TO THEM OH HECK THERE IS MAC NOW HEY MAC
[mac] ok I have a question....
[TERRYK] TO WHOM DONT ASK ME I DONT KNOW ANYTHING MAC IM NOT THE BOSS IM THE PAWN
[TERRYK] I THINK DOLINTON IS THE INCOMING BUT IM NOT SURE ON THE CURRENT NATIONAL SECRUITY ADVISOR IS
[mac] I cant find anything on this tony pellnkn
[TERRYK] JAMES JONES IS CURRENT OR WAS
[mac] who is this guy cant find anything yet on him. How does he get to be Bidens mouthpiece to Iraq??
[TERRYK] Thomas E. "Tom" Donilon (born May 14, 1955)
 is the National Security Advisor in the Obama Administration,
 and has had a career as a U.S. political advisor, government official and lawyer.
 Previously, he served together with diplomat Wendy Sherman as Agency Review Team Lead for the State Department in the Obama transition,
 and as Deputy to National Security Advisor James Jones early in the Obama administration. Donilon replaced Jones as National Security Advisor on October 8, 2010.
[mac] exactly, who is this tony guy then??
[TERRYK] He worked as Executive Vice President for Law and Policy at Fannie Mae, the federally-chartered mortgage finance company, as a registered lobbyist from 1999 through 2005.
 This line on his resume raised eyebrows when his appointment to the Obama transition team was announced, given that the company had been seized by federal regulators.
 Before his appointment to the Obama Administration, Donilon was a partner in the Washington office of the law firm O'Melveny & Myers, where he advised companies and their boards on a range of "sensitive governance, policy, legal and regulatory matters."
[TERRYK] FANNIE MAE
[TERRYK] Donilon worked as assistant secretary of state for public affairs and has served as the Clinton administration's Secretary of State chief of staff.
Although he has no military experience and worked as a lobbyist, Donilon was "intimately involved in many major foreign policy issues, including negotiating the Bosnian peace agreement and the expansion of NATO".
 Donilon figures prominently during formulation of strategy for Afghanistan and associated discussions in Bob Woodward's 2010 book, "Obama's Wars."
 Donilon was 'criticized' by General Jones who once disparaged Donilon, for his lack of overseas experience, telling him that as a result: "You have no credibility with the military," according to Bob Woodward's "Obama's Wars."
Jones said that Donilon was not good in his dealings with his staff at the National Security Council, displaying "too little feel for the people who work day and night....". Donilon did visit Afghanistan March 2010 during President Obama's six-hour late-night visit to the country
[TERRYK] GET THIS MAC WANT TO SEE WHY
[mac] We just assumed he was legit bc he showed up
[TERRYK] Donilon is the brother of Mike Donilon, a lawyer and political consultant who is Counselor to Vice-President Joe Biden. He is married to Catherine M. Russell, who is Chief of Staff to Jill Biden, and they have two children.
[TERRYK] DID I DO GOOD
[bluedog] Seems like the US is in control yet
[TERRYK] GUYS HAVE I NOT SAID THAT FOR MONTHS
[mac] terryk good digging but Iraq papers are saying it is this tony guy is delivering the messages.
[TERRYK] OK ALL GOT TO GET SOME SLEEP FLYING OUT TOMORROW WITH DINAR IN HAND GOD BLESS YOU ALL NIGHT