Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Watch This

I'm glad I don't have cable any more, but Digby is right: you have to see this to believe it.

That was a Taibbi- or Keiser-class rant.


sukabi said...

definitely not Taibbi... no cussing, but his ending with "Congratulations and Thanks for nothing Senator" was pretty good.

Still pretty tame compared to the commentary that's justified by what's going on with wall street & the economy.

Mr. Hedley Bowes said...

Congressman Brady is lying.

Recent surveys show that small and medium size business leaders are less concerned about the national debt as they are the lack of credit to support economic expansion and job creation.

We can tax the nation to prosperity just like Eisenhower did:

Robert Reich explains this beautifully. While I don't agree with some of his interventions, I believe his presence in Clinton's cabinet served as a counterweight to Rubin and Summers resulting in a period of wealth expansion not seen since Eisenhower.

Krugman weighs in on taxes:

After doubling the national debt and wrecking the economy under Bush, this kind of demagoguery from GOP is to be expected. In a just world, they'd be gasping their last lies from the tops of petards.

Anonymous said...

As a small businessman, if I just make the calls, I can get the business...all this complaining about funding, stimulus money, borrowing to get inventory, how about working harder longer and smarter..? vox

pansypoo said...

twit is probably safe i his seat.