We are Doomed – to Socialism and to Hell

No wonder I woke-up nauseous and with a headache – it’s must be my psychic-hotline calling-in.

When you see these guys doing this, these nasty Clowns – it’s time to raise the black flag…

Kevin’s favorite quote (6:20-7:08 in the video.):

Mr. Raines: $1.1 million bonus on a $526,000 salary. Jamie Gorelick: $779,000 bonus on a salary of $567,000. This is… What you state on page 11 is nothing less than staggering. “The 1998 earnings per share value turned out to be three dollars and twenty-three cents and nine mills ($3.239) – a result that Fannie Mae met the max, the EPS maximum payout goal right down to the penny.

“Fannie Mae understood the rules and simply chose not to follow them, if Fannie Mae had followed the, the practices, there wouldn’t have been a bonus that year.”

As Ace says,

I think the worst thing about this bailout plan is it makes it nearly impossible to argue for free market solutions to problems going forward. Regardless of how much of the $700 Billion is actually spent or recouped, it will be thrown in the faces of people who say, ‘let the markets work’.

UPDATE (from my friend The Conservative UAW Guy):

“All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

Looking in at the party of elites through the farmhouse window, the common animals can no longer tell which are the pigs and which are the human beings.
George Orwell – Animal Farm

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The semi-sprawling adventures of a culturally hegemonic former flat-lander and anti-idiotarian individualist, fleeing the toxic cultural smug emitted by self-satisfied lotus-eating low-land Tesla-driving floppy-hat wearing lizadroid-Leftbat Califorganic eco-tofuistas ~

4 thoughts on “We are Doomed – to Socialism and to Hell

  1. Absolutely! How does that idiot keep getting reelected? Blows my mind. The Giant Money Grab isn’t gonna work. The House had better turn this mess down again.


  2. Just hearing Barney Frank open his piehole makes me want to kick him in the face. How this deranged moron has managed to become entrenched in our fine institution is beyond me.


  3. I don’t feel in any way qualified to pronounce with any certainty on the current situation…I have a gut feeling though that the bailout is the thin end of the wedge and we need the bad to go to the wall…no matter how much it hurts…until then I’ll sit tight and carry on working.


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