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10.03.2008

263-171

Well, they listened for one week. Which is one week longer than normal. Dow Jones reaction here.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

dumbass, it was up 140+ before it passed

Anonymous said...

More Breaking news, Sarah Six Pack gave an interview to Fox News this morning and she can now name the newspapers she says that she reads and she can now name the Supreme Court Cases she disagrees with. What a difference a day makes!

Anonymous said...

hey barry, i bet youd do pelosi because she has big fake bigguns.

Anonymous said...

Awesome, let's get those Bennigan's back up and running!

Anonymous said...

12:48. Bidens been in Washington 30plus years and he still forgets what he say's,what he does, not much change there. Hell, he couldn't even name the correct article that states what a VP is suppossed to do while telling Palin she had the wrong article. He's a joke, same ole Washington insider crap. What I don't understand is you people talk about change but your willing to put the same heap of dung that's been in office for thirty years, right back in there. I think the only change you people are talking about making is via skin color. If that's what you're talking about let's put Condi Rice in there. Concerning your wise ass comment about Gov. Palin, at least she figured it out in a day, like I said, Bidens on year 30 and is still having a difficult time.

Anonymous said...

Keep on tell'n it like it is 12:48! You hit the DEM on the head.

Anonymous said...

I thought you said us libs didn't have any hotness goin' on in our party?

I guess you hadn't taken a close look at the speaker!

Word

Anonymous said...

I bet she smells old.

Anonymous said...

If you call hotness old, then yes I suppose you may be right.

I for one would be down with her older, mature muskiness.

Um, oldy-ness. Finger licking good.

M-M said...

Those scumbags. I am so angry with these pompous slime. Please, please, people, we have to vote against the incumbents and kick their sorry arses out of office.

LandShark 5150 said...

It's those clicking ,whistling chicklets that gets my little heart-a-racing

LandShark 5150 said...

Where in the Constitution does it allow for "rescues"? Not in the 13th Admendment. So does this leave any legal recoarse? If we refuse to pay for this "rescue" it is certain jail time. This is treason is'nt it? The same reason the Declaration of Independence from England Came about , Taxation without repersentation? I dont know, any thoughts Barry?

Anonymous said...

This is one time Barry is right. This is a very bad move. When the fallout hits the fan from this stupid move who is the media going to blame?

I know it is due to the lending practices forced on lenders by Clinton and by the Democrat's failure to correct the problem when Bush and McCain begged for relief in 2003 thru 2006. Now they ram this down our throats. Their statements on the Senate and House floors and their votes are public record.

I will be at auctions in a couple of years buying your forclosed McMansions for pennys on the dollar. Did it in the 80s and can do it again. Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

They could make it a two trillion dollar bailout and it would be fine with me if Barney Franks, Chris Dodd, Harold Raines, Jamey Gorillick and Chuck Schumer were given life in prison for getting us into this mess.

Anonymous said...

That woman always seems to have a look on her face that says "I'm dreading the poke that's coming"

Know what I mean?

Anonymous said...

We must save the lenders so that we Americans can keep borrowing so that we can continue to buy things we can't afford so that or loans can continue to go bad so that we can bail out more lenders....and so forth.

Anonymous said...

8:33 says,"They could make it a two trillion dollar bailout and it would be fine with me if Barney Franks, Chris Dodd, Harold Raines, Jamey Gorillick and Chuck Schumer were given life in prison for getting us into this mess."

GBU

Anonymous said...

It is so convenient to be blind when you want to be. Thank one Mr. Phil Gramm for his mess, he is the one who moved deregulating banks/investment houses thru Congress. Yes, Clinton signed the bill and I'm not blind to that either.

Let's give gredit, where credit is due. And little Phill in Austin followed suit.

Anonymous said...

How do you blame Phil Gramm? The failure of Fannie and Freddie, as well as the banks who invested in instruments that are based on mortgages, can be traced to Carter and Clinton. When Bush took over he tried to do something about the mess but could not get a bill passed the Democrat Congress. The vote in Congress is public record. The statements made by Barney Frank and other Democrats in Congress are public record.

I know you don't deal with facts but I will give you another: A young community activist in Chicago encouraged legal action that resulted in much sub prime lending in blighted neighborhoods throughout the country. Of the four trillion in loans held by Fannie and Freddie, one trillion are sub prime.

These loans are predominately in neighborhoods that are solid Democrat supporters. I would say that those votes are very expensive. They are bought and paid for by the tax payers who will be absorbing the losses. See the picture?