Tuesday, October 11, 2011


From tonight's debate about the economy, Newt Gringrich proves why he is the most entertaining person in politics and too intemperate to be president:

"If you want to throw people in jail, start with Barney Frank and Chris Dodd."



By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Oct 12, 02:14:00 PM:

...and move quickly to Andrew Cuomo, Bill Clinton and George Bush.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Oct 12, 03:04:00 PM:

That's a good one. I'm sure there are many more in Congress who could accompany Dodd and Frank.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Oct 12, 03:19:00 PM:

By the way, for a laugh-out-loud blog of the debate, checkout Stephen Green.  

By Anonymous Jake, at Wed Oct 12, 03:44:00 PM:

I only wish somebody would do this. You don't suppose if Newt were actually elected....nah...  

By Blogger Rick, at Wed Oct 12, 09:53:00 PM:

What a squish you are. Newt's comment was not intemperate. The media's sucking up to the radical liberals needs to be called out. The perversion of our economy by Barney and Dodd needs to be called out. Heaven forbid any strong words be used against the saints on the left.  

By Blogger darovas, at Thu Oct 13, 05:48:00 AM:

Should start with Phil Gramm.  

By Anonymous Ignoramus, at Thu Oct 13, 09:07:00 AM:

The New York Times has some good business reporters, including Louise Story and Gretchen Morgenstern. Gretchen wrote *Reckless Endangerment", a scathing expose of the connections between those in government, the GSEs, mortgage originators like Countrywide and Wall Street. Barney "Roll the Dice" Frank figures prominently. Chris "Friend of Angelo" Dodd somewhat.

Years from now people will wonder how these two got to stay in office, let alone be the points to enact "Dodd Frank".  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Oct 13, 05:54:00 PM:

Wake up. Newt's comment is true, not intemperate. You should check your facts and stop trying to be funny or with it.  

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