Found a HuffPo piece from today that HASN'T been posted here in the past 10 minutes. Wonder why not?
While it is widely recognized that the banking meltdown has left enormous economic pain and political upheaval in its wake, it is amazing that the folks who created this mess are rewarded with ever more important positions in our government. Yet the recent appointments of Gene Sperling and William Daley, key Wall Street-connected perps of this crisis, to the most critical positions in the Obama White House have not generated much controversy.
The justification for the media's indifference appears to be that the new appointees can hardly be worse than the hustlers they replaced. From its beginning, the Obama administration has been flooded with veterans of the Clinton White House who pushed through the radical deregulation that Wall Street had long sought and were rewarded with fat fees from the big banks when they left government. (more details at link)
It's an interesting question - how exactly does one trust the White House to handle the crisis when they are hiring the very people who tanked the banks in the first place? And what is the strategy of doing so? We saw how well "anyone but Bush" worked in that last election - how is "anyone but the last set of crooks" going to work any better?Answer Question
Answer by jesse123456 at 8:26 PM on Jan. 12, 2011
LMAO @ NP!!!
Answer by LoriKeet at 8:45 PM on Jan. 12, 2011
Answer by Anonymous at 8:52 PM on Jan. 12, 2011
Answer by UpSheRises at 9:32 PM on Jan. 12, 2011
Answer by goodwitch399 at 2:43 AM on Jan. 13, 2011
Answer by May-20 at 7:54 AM on Jan. 13, 2011
Who do you mean by "we"?
'we' = sarcasm ;) I don't usually post off of a blog that the writer has made it so clear in interviews that she doesn't particularly like the American people. She is funded by Soros. 'Nuff said.
Answer by jesse123456 at 5:55 PM on Jan. 13, 2011
Next question overall
Has anyone developed Roseaca when they got pregnant?