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Still waiting for Holder to start his investigation. Perhaps once he and Obama finish setting race relations back 50 years. Should be any day now.
Yes, amazing how many dopey and foul-mouthed libs can forget that it was Frank who was chairman of the powerful House Financial Services Committee. And of course Frank always had a conservative-bashing answer for everything. He could do no wrong nor share any blame. Arrogance gone wild.
Which according many economists, was the root cause of the 2007/2008 financial meltdown. Bush tried to reign him in, but Frank was too interested in playing politics, at taxpayer and the global economy expense. When will Holder or his replacement start that investigation?
Agreed that Palmisano's shortsightedness may be to blame, but not that Ginni can't turn it around. Palmisano also left with a massive retirement package. Too bad conditions weren't put on that incredibly lucrative package based on IBM's near/mid term performance, of which he played a role.
Stupidest is as stupidest does.
An administration is total disarray, then and now. Stupid is as stupid does. Start that next Apology Tour now!
You're confusing Bush with Barney Frank. He was the guy heading up Freddie and Fannie, telling banks to lend to the uncreditworthy, even as Bush questioned the practice multiple times. That's your root cause, yet the liberal AG chooses not to go there. Seems you libs are never to blame for anything, and have a convenient answer for everything. Grow up.
Better yet, let's spend a few trillion, provide for sound and productive peacekeeping and stability operations, and watch in disbelief as Meathead withdraws all troops and turns it over to the enemy. Just so he can say he "ended" the war in Iraq. Stupid is as stupid does. Mental retardation at its worse.
Seems like another Apology Tour is in order. Obama works best from his knees.