What Fresh Hell Is This?

November 16, 2008

Morning, Sunshine!

2 Political Junkies is now a bank holding company.

Now gimme some of that sweet, sweet bailout cash!

Our executives need their bonuses and besides we plan on using some of those bucks to buyout all the other blogs "banks" in town. TOP OF THE WORLD, BITCHEZ!


John K. said...

John K: No problem, just contact the Democrats who run Goldman-Sachs or perhaps Barney Frank. Remember, it was Democrats like Dodd (Countrywide) and Raines (as in Clinton and Obama advisor) who masterminded this. You're Democrats, they'll help.

John K. said...

John K: Oh Yah, be sure to raise taxes on people who make above a certain limit to pay for it. After all, the wealthy in this country actually think they have a right to keep that wealth. Got that from Jim Moran (D-VA)

Anonymous said...

Um, actually, John, it's the wealthy in this country, many of them, that think they shouldn't have to help pay for the Bush policies they help support.

It's nice to know, John, that you support strapping future generations with the bill.

Good to know that so-called conservatives have checked-out on fiscal responsibility as well.

After all, that's what led to this mess - conservative fiscal policy that led to dangerous deregulation that stripped down the barriers between financial institutions and sweept away safeguards to protect consumers from the excesses of those who manipulate for their personal gain at the expense of the common good.

In short, it was your kind of people, John K. - so-called fiscal conservatives - that created this mess.

This didn't begin two years ago; this is the fault of Democrats. Democrats didn't create credit default swaps.

This is your boy Phil Gramm and the regulatory insanity supported by fruitcakes like Grover Norquist at work.