New York Times archives: September 11, 2003
'These two entities -- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac -- are not facing any kind of financial crisis,'' said Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts, the ranking Democrat on the Financial Services Committee. ''The more people exaggerate these problems, the more pressure there is on these companies, the less we will see in terms of affordable housing.''
Representative Melvin L. Watt, Democrat of North Carolina, agreed.
''I don't see much other than a shell game going on here, moving something from one agency to another and in the process weakening the bargaining power of poorer families and their ability to get affordable housing,'' Mr. Watt said.
All quite true, Bush had only been able to achieve the deaths of three thousand of our fellow citizens while he pretended to cut brush on his tv set "ranch" by that point in his war against the people of the United States of America. The next few thousand he murdered were still thinking that they had a chance of finding the mythical WMDs at that point, since they'd already accomplished their mission and been greeted as liberators.
It took Bush and his gang of criminal scum five more years of fraud and waste to accumulate the bad paper their banker buddies funded the Bush "economic miracle" to dump onto FNMA and FMCC as a parting gift.
With due respect to the office you would have held (Pretzeldnet we seem to see you've identified it to be) your trolling time would be better used playing more "sophisticated" games.
Pony up, chickenhawk.
Try again, Taffy.
While you're at it remind us of the branch you said you served in, we're busy most of the time and have little interest in the minutiae of the fantasy lives of message baord trolls, in spite of your repeated attempts to interest us in them (including the distasteful Humbertesque fantisies).
You couldn't give a plausible semblance of an elementary school level analysis of an example of noisy data when you pulled an "example" out of your butt before so cfury is just taunting you. Being a foolish, incompetent and stupid old message board troll, you thought it was feeding time. It isn't.
Posting inane drivel, same as he does every day. He survived, but remains a gigantic hemorrhoid. A significant problem since, at a penny a post, he'll not be able to stay in diapers if he expects to pay for the hollowpoints he ordered before the Department of Health and Human Services cleans out the stock.
Waste another day.
Scrape some more garbage out of the right-wingnut echo chamber and paste it here. How about some tin-foik-hat nonsense about how the red cross is stocking up on hollowpoints preparing to Vince Foster your teatard ssa. Bet you can find it in the bowels of wingnuttia.
"CNN iReport - Accepts video, photos and audio from a computer or cell phone. A compilation of news items submitted by "citizen journalism".
Oh, any crank with an internet connection can play "journalist". Not that any of the wingnut "news" sites are much different.
Let's see what our "journalist" has for a background --
Joined May 6, 2011"
Ooh, an investment banker. And with time on his hands.
IREPORTS ON CNN
Conservative, Supporter of the Constitution.
What else has Mr. big investor reported on? -Mostly gun nut conspiracy theories, apparently. Various "conservative" views on teh blax and how bla they are. Milliere's portrait of Payne as an avatar.
A nutcracker. Waste of good bits.
You're a candidate for the sixty percent club, coward.
Nobody fears stupid bankrupt old washed-up chickenhawk losers.
"It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War is hell."
W. T. Sherman
Meanwhile you spend your entire life scraping the bottom of the internet barrel for the ravings of pathetic lunatics to regurgitate on this irrelevant message board.
When a few dozen M1 rounds drop onto your tin shack start worrying.
"A battery of field artillery is worth a thousand muskets."
--W. T. Sherman
Come and get it, rebel #$%$.
"The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
Does Marco get the RNC charge card again after his thirsty screed? I hope so, he's got some big bills to pay down.
SUBJECT: DoD Edits of POTUS Speeches
I believe it was aboard the USS LINCOLN that the President gave a speech in
front of a sign that read, "Mission Accomplished." The speech had been send to
me in Iraq to edit.
I made some critically important edits. The draft said, in effect, that "the war is
over." I changed it to read something like, "Major combat operations are over." I
felt the war wasn't over and that the White House was rushing it.
They put in my changes. That saved the President a lot of grief, even though we
still have problems because of the sign, "Mission Accomplished"
It is an example of the importance of the White House giving DoD an opportunity
to look at drafts before they go final.
120303-24 (ts computer)
George the lesser just read the teleprompter.