stewart said. esp how cnbc seemed to be with wall street, as they hyped participation in 401k's, while wall street used that money to enrich themselves. look at the following examples of inappropriate relationships between wall st and cnbc 1. maria bartiroma gets a free plane ride while interviewing an exec, and doesn't discloe the perc, and almost gets fired. 2. becky quick taking airplane rides with buffet, and getting access that no one else can 3. melissa lee co hosting a party with cnbc and wall street execs 4. cnbc letting kozloski say he wanted to keep "his yacht", while its a known fact that the yacht was bought and paid for by Tyco, for publicity. Tyco paid for the crew and maintenance. Yet when cnbc ran a story about koz in jail, they didn't lift a finger to tell anyone the truth. 5. "gotta have a bailout" how many times did we hear a cnbc cohost cry for a wall street bailout, when they are not qualified and noje of them mentioned anything about potential problems for eyars, even though the wall st journal saw the problem in Dec 2006. 6. cnbc hosts lament the uptick rule won't help. yet nonoe of them are allowed to trade stocks, and they only know what they are being told by someone else. kudlow saying he wants wall street to have the freedo to come p with new ideas to make wealth. hey larry, these new ideas are what got us killed. we need to make money the old fashioned way. to manufacture and create wealth. not run wall street sponsored ponzi schemees. CNBC. THE PUPPET OF WALL STREET.
Cramer is not so cocky today after last night's appearance on the Dailey Show. While on CNBC today, Cramer looked like a little boy that just got caught spanking his monkey by his grandma. Earlier today, the CEO of TSCM resigned.If CNBC can't see what is coming at them, then shame on them. Cramer opened a can of worms that will crawl all over the place. If other CNBC employees would possibly be involved in activities that are not quite kosher, then you might be seeing some new faces on CNBC pretty soon in my opinion.