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Barbara-Lurking

Can I repost my response here? No? Well, too bad! LOL

So America is "lazy," "soft," has lost its "competitive edge" and "need[s] to get back on track." According to Obama, "we've lost our ambition, our imagination, and our willingness to do the things that built the Golden Gate Bridge and Hoover Dam and unleashed all the potential in this country."

How about a more accurate appraisal:
Mr. Obama, your administration's ambition has focused on reining in America's imagination and burdening American ambition with unnecessary rules and regulations designed to cripple American potential to do anything at odds with your administration's ideology and goals.

maryrose

Doesn't sound like Mr Obama is very proud of America. Well he can always take a slow boat back to Kenya, or maybe the Sudan or Syria would be more to his liking.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

Tell Mr. "I Won," is all the saber rattling these days from Iran a direct result of you pulling out our troops from Iraq and Afghanistan? We had Iran in the crosshairs and you've p!ssed it all away. IMHO, of course, Mr. "I Won" we all lose Prez.

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Ignatz

--our innovative free market culture--

And the only examples of that innovative free market he can come up with are two massive depression era public works?
The man is a moron.

Charlie (Colorado)

There will be an interesting bit of climate comedy tomorrow....

Captain Hate

Greek's status

Shouldn't that be "Greece's status" or am I missing an inside joke?

bgates

If the CEOs are lazy, they must work harder; the result of harder work will be more money; but CEOs have already been declared to have enough money. So Obama wants to insist they work harder for someone else's benefit. This is what Lincoln called
the same old serpent that says, You work, and I eat; you toil, and I will enjoy the fruits of it.

Like the Democrats of Lincoln's day, Obama is frustrated that while he's had a measure success in demonizing a certain class of Americans as rapacious anti-social brutes, he can't seem to get the "brutes" to work harder for him. So he calls them lazy.

Thank God Americans are less susceptible to Democrat slander than they were 150 years ago, because to paraphrase Lincoln,
I hold, if that course of argumentation that is made for the purpose of convincing the public mind that we should not care about this should be granted, it does not stop with the negro CEO.

daddy

Still trying to Ketch-up, err catch up on the thread.

The Brit's report a very exciting new Scientific breakthrough, and it was accomplished without a single Federal penny from Obama:

Super-slippery new material could mean an end to fighting to get sauce out of ketchup bottles.

And, a 2nd Exciting report on the new discovery with excellent graphics.

Can mustard be far behind?

Cecil Turner

Seems to me the major problems started a couple election cycles ago, not a "couple of decades" back. Which is hopeful, actually, as it points to the solution.

Gmax

The submitted title of the paper from Muller (the WSJ changed it without consulting the author ) was :


“Cooling the Warming Debate – Are you a global warming skeptic? If not, perhaps you should be. Let me explain why.”

Wait! The science is settled...

Jack is Back!

daddy,

Dry cleaner futures are up on the news about the Ketchup bottle's new slippery slope. Figure 9 out 10 users will not be suspecting or expecting the new easy to pour bottle and voila, a real explosive mess of red tomato sauce all over that new Versace blouse or Hermes tie.

BTW, in which direction does BF's imaginary Marine son urinate?

Gmax

Looks like the pussy Dana can dish it out but cant take it...

Sara (Pal2Pal)

This one has to be this year's first place ugly Flotus pic:

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Threadkiller

He went on to say "umm, uhh, if it weren't for Holder's company, Acme Gun Exports, there would be uhh, no international business whatsoever."

Clarice

And to think, Sara, her makeup artist charges $15 k a year. I suppose he, like the girls on the plane to Africa, is listed on the payroll as a Senior Adviser

Threadkiller

Sara, you talk of a contest where there are no winners.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

TK: I'll wait for Ann to weigh in, but you may be correct. :)

Sara (Pal2Pal)

I just want to know what those Elephant Man-type lumps are along her shoulders are?

Barbara
So America is "lazy," "soft," has lost its "competitive edge" and "need[s] to get back on track." According to Obama, "we've lost our ambition, our imagination, and our willingness to do the things that built the Golden Gate Bridge and Hoover Dam and unleashed all the potential in this country."

Barbara-Lurking

The last president to scold America in such a manner was Jimmy Carter when he accused us of being in a "malaise." I was so angry when he said that, I almost kicked in the TV screen. Interest rates were in the stratosphere, and we had to wait in long lines for gasoline. We were being embarrassed internationally, and our citizens were being held captive by a bunch of homicidal maniacs in Iran. But of course, it was all our fault. Agrrrrh!

That speech made me change my voter registration from Democrat to Republican. I sure hope that America is listening and is as hopping mad as I was then. It's time for Obama to join Jimmy in the land of loony, one-term EX-presidents.

Threadkiller

Lazy?!? I thought he was sleeping.

Boatbuilder

Chaco==I smell a set-up. You don't suppose that someone might have spoken to Muller about funding for climate research since the op-ed?

daddy

JiB,

A few months back I recall our troops in Afghan were also told they weren't allowed to fart. Now they can't pee toward Mecca.

Idiocy. I recall posting a link I can't find now, that a huge number of the Mosques in Indonesia were pointed improperly toward Mecca---off by a few degrees.

And of course initially Mohammed ordered his followers to kneel and pray toward Jerusalem, before eventually getting a new Revelation telling them to point their faces elsewhere.

Whatever.

daddy

Great Pic TK.

He's probably thinking of his next Economic lesson from Corzine.

Thomas Collins

OK, I know it looked ugly, but I just checked out Tebow's QB rating. It was over 100 today (yards and TD passes per attempt are weighted heavily in the rating), and is over 80 for the year. And the Broncos are winning with Tebow. Tebow is a Joe Kapp type, except Tebow is a better pure running QB than Kapp, and I think Tebow has the ability to become a better passer than Kapp. I think it's a great story, but all too many NFL "experts", in my opinion, are trying to find ways to downgrade Tebow.

glasater

Looks like the pussy Dana can dish it out but cant take it...

All one has to do is mention Gene Simmons and he stays away...for awhile.

Ok, I'll stop.

Captain Hate

I think it's a great story, but all too many NFL "experts", in my opinion, are trying to find ways to downgrade Tebow.

The same "experts" that had Kurt Warner bagging groceries before taking 2 of the NFL's biggest mutt franchises to the Super Bowl?

Speaking of sports, next stop is the X-Files: http://deadspin.com/5859075/judge-who-set-unsecured-bail-for-jerry-sandusky-is-a-second-mile-volunteer

daddy

More good news on the Energy scene in Cook Inlet Alaska.

This story tells us there has been another Nat Gas discovery on the Kenai Penninsula, a location which I believe is only about 10 miles as the Crow flies from where I think the Escopeta Jack Up Rig is currently drilling in Cook Inlet, so all part of the same Nat Gas field.

Still less than definitive on how much they've hopefully discovered, but sure looks promising, and more private investing appears to be flowing in. The reporter is the gal who works for The Petroleum News, so thats why the story is more informative than usual for the ADN.

Woof!

Janet

Here is the link to the Obama's Economic Policy graphic that was on the other thread...

Boatbuilder

"Between tee times..." seems a tad harsh, TM. After all, he did take the time to visit our military this weekend.

Boatbuilder

And they put on a basketball game--just for him!

matt

Since I'm over in Asia killing myself I resent that two bit shirker's remark even more than usual.

Daddy, you miss the real market for this stuff. Take a sheet of plastic @ 10 yards long, apply material, and launch children into space. Whamo-O will be the first company to license it.

MarkO

Well, let's see if a country whose sitting President calls it "lazy" will re-elect that effete snob.

MarkO

Just how deep does this conspiracy run?

"Judge Who Set Unsecured Bail For Jerry Sandusky Is a Second Mile Volunteer"

http://deadspin.com/5859075/judge-who-set-unsecured-bail-for-jerry-sandusky-is-a-second-mile-volunteer

Captain Hate

Start the Duke jokes....

MarkO

"Start the Duke jokes"

Right after the White Phantom jokes.

MarkO

Who here can root for a team Obama endorses? Speak up.

Ignatz

Actually I'll cut the clown a bit of slack on the "lazy" crack cause he seems to be directing it at promotion of foreign investment in the US, particularly the government's role in that effort.
However I scratch my head trying to think of anything he's done that would not only not attract foreign investment here but I can't think of anything he's done that won't in fact repel it, with the possible exception of the free trade agreements he finally released just recently.

On second thought, he did seem to attract a good deal of foreign pharmaceuticals, skilled immigrants and cash with his inspired firearms export program in the great southwest, so he's got one shiny star on his resume.

hit and run

From Ace's place:

Ace says there is a big story about corruption in Congress. He's on a shuttle and can't post. It's on 60 Minutes. From what I gather, Looks like Breitbart might be involved. And Breitbart sent out this tweet earlier:

In next few hours I will be calling for prominent, powerful congressperson to step down. Do pay attention, @MMFA, @EricBoehlert! 11/13/11 5:39 PM

Get the popcorn ready.

Anyone watching?

pagar

"anyone watching?"

I'm making popcorn-don't want anyone calling me lazy.

Extraneus

Meanwhile, has anyone looked at Clarice's AT body of work lately.

Pretty impressive for someone with a cat on her keyboard.

Charlie (Colorado)

Chaco==I smell a set-up. You don't suppose that someone might have spoken to Muller about funding for climate research since the op-ed?

Well, that's why it'll be so interesting to see what comes out tomorrow. But Muller is in a pretty tight place at this point: if he comes out strongly on the "warmist" side in this briefing, then I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Judith Curry very publicly asked for her name to be withdrawn from the papers. She's already put down a pretty definite stake in the ground at her blog judithcurry.com. (Not linking to protect this from the spambot.)

That would make a pretty significant scientific stink, one that might even get reported in some of the legacy media, and certainly one that would hurt the scientific reputation of the other BEST authors. That eventually starts to sting: Jim Hansen has complained that he has trouble getting papers published now.

My guess is that he's going to try to thread the needle: let Santer and Markie say very strong things about this study ending the skeptics legitimacy following the Real Climate/Think Progress line, while saying things that are themselves more scientific and diplomatic.

That's why I want to have someone ask him directly about the conflict. Unlike a newspaper hed, his association with this "briefing" is under his control.

I'm going to call the committee first thing tomorrow and ask them if they agree with Muller's FAQ position.

On the other hand, if he comes down very strongly on the side of saying "skepticism is good and normal, and there should be no end to it" then he's getting in the face of Markey, who is one of the warmists's patrons on the Hill.

hit and run

Anyway.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is the subject of a report on the stock investments of members of Congress that is to air Sunday on CBS' "60 Minutes."

Would like to believe that this could amount to something. But I'd be very surprised if it did.

Charlie (Colorado)

Augh: this is the way it was SUPPOSED to read. I have no idea how I managed to verkehr the paragraphs.


Well, that's why it'll be so interesting to see what comes out tomorrow. But Muller is in a pretty tight place at this point: if he comes out strongly on the "warmist" side in this briefing, then I wouldn't be a bit surprised if Judith Curry very publicly asked for her name to be withdrawn from the papers. She's already put down a pretty definite stake in the ground at her blog judithcurry.com. (Not linking to protect this from the spambot.)

That would make a pretty significant scientific stink, one that might even get reported in some of the legacy media, and certainly one that would hurt the scientific reputation of the other BEST authors. That eventually starts to sting: Jim Hansen has complained that he has trouble getting papers published now.

On the other hand, if he comes down very strongly on the side of saying "skepticism is good and normal, and there should be no end to it" then he's getting in the face of Markey, who is one of the warmists's patrons on the Hill.

My guess is that he's going to try to thread the needle: let Santer and Markie say very strong things about this study ending the skeptics legitimacy following the Real Climate/Think Progress line, while saying things that are themselves more scientific and diplomatic.

That's why I want to have someone ask him directly about the conflict. Unlike a newspaper hed, his association with this "briefing" is under his control.

I'm going to call the committee first thing tomorrow and ask them if they agree with Muller's FAQ position.

Clarice

Gaia writes a lot of my stuff..It's stream of catsciousness

Clarice

Chaco, I posted this on another thread, but I wanted to be sure you saw it.

http://cripessuzette.wordpress.com/2011/11/13/our-tardive-first-lady/#comment-12156

Sara (Pal2Pal)

So what is the big scandal? Anyone have any details?

narciso

It's interesting, Charlie, how the left rarely bother to explains, the Callender effect, the Keating Curve, or Roger Revelle's research, in their exposition, all except the last, I only read about in Yergin's The Quest.
They have defaulted to Michael Oppenheimer's
apocalyptic language to sell it, and has been
seen a series of other examples, when one link
fails to prove out, the rest of the chain, falls apart.

henry

Sara, apparently 60 Minutes figured out the Congress exempted itself from insider trading laws. They used 5 GOP examples plus Pelosi.

narciso

Bacchus, the one who blamed Sarah for not taking back the Senate, is one of those profiled, for his investment in GE, among
other firms, at the time, Duke and Duke's
delegate to the Banking Committee.

narciso

Judd Gregg, now at JP Morgan, also comes in for some attention, and there is the obligatory swipes at Boehner and Hastert,

Charlie (Colorado)

Thanks, Clarice. I don't know that I buy it -- real tardive dyskinesia is (more or less by definition) uncontrolled. I'd be looking for video of her doing the tongue thing in a state dinner for an extended time before I'd be real convinced; as many photos of her as there are, I'd imagine you could find one of her making more or less ANY face.

I'm more interested in the "rage face" that seems to show up a lot: there's good studies to suggest that very quick transient expressions -- "microexpressions" -- that flash onto the face before they can be masked.

narciso

Kind of weak tea, in my view, yes they ding Pelosi, but seriously, what no examination of Barney Frank, and his role in Dodd/Frank.

narciso

She's just a arrogant ill tempered person, who doesn't even pretend to express the rare privilege that was provided to her by being in that office.

Clarice

Chaco, turn off the sound and watch the tongue in action.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gIQ8vl1qmHI&feature=related

narciso

This was a much more significant story, odd that they didn't focus on that, I kid, I kid;


http://biggovernment.com/publius/2011/11/12/obama-campaign-backers-and-bundlers-rewarded-with-green-grants-and-loans/

Sara (Pal2Pal)

Chaco: What is the deal with all those millions for small pox anti-viral $443 million meds? I thought smallpox only existed in lab refrigerators.

Clarice

Breitbart calls for Spencer Baucus R Ala to resign (making $$ on inside info)
http://www.breitbart.tv/breitbart-calls-for-spencer-baucus-to-resign-from-congress/

narciso

A company with Andy Stern on the board, my spider senses are tingling, and not in a good way.

pagar

Sara, if you haven't seen it here is the Big Government version.

http://biggovernment.com/laborunionreport/2011/11/12/obamas-cronies-the-ex-seiu-boss-donor-dollars-no-bid-contracts-testing-anthrax-vaccines-on-kids/

It may be the perfect scheme. If there is no smallpox to test it against, they could put almost anything in the vaccine and charge taxpayers $443 million. Who would ever know?

"When Siga complained that contracting specialists at the Department of Health and Human Services were resisting the company’s financial demands, senior officials replaced the government’s lead negotiator for the deal, interviews and documents show."

"When Siga was in danger of losing its grip on the contract a year ago, the officials blocked other firms from competing."

Probably best not to try this one your own, unless you have previously made a big donation to the Democrats.

Foo Bar

He "ended off-shore drilling"?!? He opened new areas in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska to off-shore drilling. Yes, he barred development along the coasts, but if he also opened new areas to drilling, how can you summarize what he did as simply ending off-shore drilling?

I think a certain blogger was "feelin' lazy".

George

OK, so it's not an apology, per se. But for some reason it feels like part of the non-existent apology tour.

narciso

except for the Zombies, this differs from the Umbrella Corporation how exactly,

narciso

You know, if the story had someone who's an oil specialist on staff like Mouwad, it would make some sense, otherwise, it ignores the
impact of the moratorium which is dynamic, not static.

narciso

The official in question, Nicole Lurie, among
her other experiences;

From 1998-2001, she worked in the federal government as Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

daddy

"Who here can root for a team Obama endorses? Speak up."

"The team presented Mr. Obama with a framed Duke jersey.
“You know Reggie (Love) is going to make me hang this in the Oval Office. Take down Lincoln or something,” said President Obama.

narciso

That's awkward, but Duke and Duke didn't consider this, when they promoted him back to leadership. He has spearheaded Fannie and Freddie reform, so he seems to have learned something.

RichatUF

Yea, much more to Obama "opening new areas to drilling" than meets the eye. And doesn't he have to keep his environmentalist flank happy (Keystone, obstructing oil exploration off the VA coast, Jones act waivers...). Anyway.

narciso

Yes, all those details like canceling the
Arctic Survey, other taxes and regulations,
that you brought to our attention, Rich,

'Would you believe' that 60 Minutes, did not focus on the more interesting aspects of Schweitzer's book like certain reps buying
Goldman stock, before Buffett bought into it.


http://kabc.com/showdj.asp?DJID=59651

RichatUF

Sara-

Seems like the campaign is getting started early. Abramoff was recently hawking a book that referred to a couple of studies that were done about Congress financial disclosures and preformance (we've talked about it a few times in the threads, nice to see the media catching up). What I'd be more interested in is the Department of Education scandal where they cooked up a report and leaked it early to hedge funds that had a short position in for profit, publicly traded, schools. (I'd also wager a small sum that Energy folks have done the same thing with various green enery schemes and the SPR release {I'd wager a smaller sum that a non-trivial number of Obama appointees are organized as an "expert network" and are profitting handsomely}).

Ignatz

--He opened new areas in the Gulf of Mexico and Alaska to off-shore drilling.--

Do you read your own links Foo Bar? If so presumably you wouldn't have used the past tense.
The opening of new ares exists only in a "plan" for the future.
Ask the Keystone folks how Barry's plans work out.

Strawman Cometh

This needs a caption.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

Get a damn room, will ya!

Stephanie

Back off Elvira. I'm not on the menu.

narciso

'Would you believe' Charlie Pierce, missed the point entirely


http://www.esquire.com/blogs/politics/republican-debate-south-carolina-6558266

Rick Ballard

Something involving zombie vampires would work.

Rich,

Very good observations re the insider trading aspect. I wonder how much money Schumer made on his shorts against the banks?

The President's campaign against businesses which refuse to commit suicide by investing while he mis-occupies the Oval Office will be interesting to watch. Will he alternate chewing out big business for not having the ol' seppuku spirit with chastising small business for not adding #Occupooper slackers to their payrolls?

narciso

Bgates, can only credibly give voice to that notion, Rick, It's like Bialystok and Bloom
are the rule, not the exception,

daddy

Medium excitement in the woods today!

About 2 PM headed out for the walk with the labs. Did the nearby Turnagain Trail overlooking our ice covered Fiord. Very beautiful, 25 degrees F, and covered with tons of beautiful clean powdery white snow, all glistening because the sun was out.

Did the trail yesterday for a mile, but spotted no bears at all, and quizzing the first few folks coming my way today asked the same question---"Spotted any evidence of bears?"

"No" was the answer, "but did spot a young moose up the way a bit."

No big deal. We see moose so often you 'almost' take them for granted.

Anyhow, snow was deep, but already hikers have created a nice fairly firm footpath 2 foot wide along the trail for miles, surrounded by a foot of deep snow to either side and then thigh deep snow once you get off the trail into the woods.

Anyhow, half a mile up the lower trail, come upon the moose calf directly up ahead on the path. Dogs start barking and getting close to it (5 to 10 feet) so I start hollering at them and finally get them to come back with me some 25 yards back. Give them a treat to be quiet, and then wait for young calf to get off the path so we can continue---otherwise I have to hike up into the deep snow in a big detour around the moose calf, or go all the way back to the trail's start and take the other loop. No big deal, have done this a hundred times before, so just decide to wait a while for the moose to wander off and then we'll continue.

Young moose has completely left the path when suddenly out comes Mom from about 30 yards ahead. Instantly my 2 stinkers are back at it, barking and aggressively running towards her. I'm hollering again, and then the young moose unexpectedly steps back onto the trail, directly between Mom and my attacking barkers...and now starts trotting directly towards them. "Uh Oh." Situation not looking good.

I continue hollering, but now Mom falls in directly behind her baby and comes galloping down the trail after my yapping dogs, and Directly Towards Me!

"Sheeee-it!" Suddenly it's like a Jack London story!

I turn tail, race a few yards fast as the dickens, then realize this is crazy and fruitless, and veer off up a steep bank and slide behind a thicket of big trunked pine trees.

From behind those trunks I watch my 2 dogs go racing down the path in retreat, and Momma moose and baby moose chasing them in hot pursuit right past me for another 20 yards or so, after which they stop and regroup, and the commotion is over. I come crawling out of the woods now, completely covered in snow like a Yeti, and head back on up the trail, constantly looking backward to ensure Miz Moose don't want a piece o' me. Thankfully she doesn't, and after dusting off and regathering my bad, bad hound-dogs, and delivering them a stern lecture, we all head on for a beautiful 4 mile walk.

So just when you think its okay to go out now that the bears are all asleep, just look what happens! Much fun though. Actually passed beneath another moose calf about a mile further on, but he acted like a normal moose and didn't take any notice of us at all.

Got back to the parking lot just at sunset, 4:35PM, and safely watching Tom Brady get tackled for a Safety. And typo corrections took till Half-Time:)


narciso

Tell us, daddy, if the story turns out like in the LUN.

Clarice

daddy, you always manage to have so much fun wherever you are.

narciso

Like the updated travels with Charlie,

Stephanie

I take it no one here caught the presidential presser? Yeah me neither. Twitter is all aflitter with it though. seems someone asked the scoamf a question about the open mic and he deflected. Surprised?

daddy

Shhhhh Narciso,

No Obedience School talk.
Momma would probl'y like to see all 3 of us enrolled.

Clarice,

Posted congrats to Chaco and you over at his column today but looks like it didn't go thru. Another excellent effort.

Rich,

I've been noticing that Abramof is back in the news up here. It may just be coincidence (since I see he's coming out with a book) but it wouldn't surprise me in the least if this is coming out now in order to deflect the focus from Princess Nancy and turn it into another "They all do it" scenario.

narciso

Sorry about that, but the image triggered the memory, I don't think Schweitzer will let that happen,

narciso

Just like the Tea Party, OWSer's caught with home made grenades; (Verum Serum)

Clarice

Going to bed. Ledeen PJTatler says the strike in Iran may be more serious than reported---hitting a missile installation. who knows what's true or not in that palace of mirrors.

Charlie (Colorado)

Chaco: What is the deal with all those millions for small pox anti-viral $443 million meds? I thought smallpox only existed in lab refrigerators.

Damned if I know, Sarah. The problem with smallpox is that we dno't know which refrigerators really have samples; sadly we can't be sure it's extinct. But I can't think of any excuse for that drug deal except flat out graft.

Charlie (Colorado)

I think a certain blogger was "feelin' lazy".

Can you name any areas "opened to drilling" in which actual drilling has occurred? I can't.

narciso

It took a while for the Mossadegh wing, developed into the People's Mojaheddin,
the predecessor to the MEK, maybe the students
figured that out:

http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2011/11/12/explosion-at-revolutionary-guards-base-in-karaj/#comments

Charlie (Colorado)

Daddy, the spam filter has apparently been going nuts. I'll seee if I can find it. You do post under "daddy" there too, right?

Charlie (Colorado)

Sure enough, that was it.

Sara (Pal2Pal)

So DOT, can you account for your whereabouts at the time this video was filmed?

Tea Party Protests Take to the Air - Veterans Day 11-11-11 Protest

narciso

A tidbit left out of the Sixty Minutes piece;

While examining trades made around the time of the 2003 Medicare overhaul, Schweizer experienced what he calls his “Holy crap!” moment. The legislation, which created a new prescription-drug entitlement, promised to be a huge boon to the pharmaceutical industry—and to savvy investors in the Capitol. Among those with special insight on the issue was Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, chairman of the health subcommittee of the Senate’s powerful Finance Committee. Kerry is one of the wealthiest members of the Senate and heavily invested in the stock market. As the final version of the drug program neared approval—one that didn’t include limits on the price of drugs—brokers for Kerry and his wife were busy trading in Big Pharma. Schweizer found that they completed 111 stock transactions of pharmaceutical companies in 2003, 103 of which were buys.

narciso

That comes from this piece, in the LUN

narciso

There's even your favorite Janet;

After the first briefing from Bernanke and Paulson, brokers for Democratic Congressman Jim Moran, of Virginia, and his wife sold their shares in 90 companies, dodging the losses that others who stayed in the market would soon face.

Threadkiller

"You're a hooker! Jesus, I forgot... I just thought I was doing real well."

narciso

And he does mention Shelley Caputo, for good measure, but Lurch, and I don't even know the proper nickname for Moran, the Virginian (as opposed to Tasmanian) devil, for his incoherent rants.

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