“I just saw the movie Lincoln and Congress _hated_ each other then.”
Cute how Rep Buchanan is selling the fiscal cliff bandaid as ‘cutting taxes’.
Grover Norquist stated, in a surprisingly disparaging way, Obama has come 90% of the way to reaching a deal…
Yet the Repubs decline to move the last 10%.
Jake Trapper of ABC News is good at asking some hardline questions today at the at Obama’s gun control speech to the press…
But boarderlines rude on how they’re phrased.
If you were starting a business venture, it would sure be nice to see what terms competitors had with their leases and investors.
A close friend who is in the 1% gains access to information that the non-1% don’t just by the relationships he keeps.
It’s not always clear if the information is above- or below-the-table but, regardless, it’s an advantage that he has that others may not have.
Maybe he believes he is entitled to the information because he believes others use the same methods to gain such information and thus he would be at a competitive disadvantage.
I don’t think he would be comfortable discussing this in an objective manner or I would find out.
Gary Kaminsky of CNBS is really sucking up the the wealthy.
Today he states flat out that the wealthy are ‘charitable people’ and that Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid should stop attacking them.
And Gary is considering corporate entities also as ‘charitable people’ since Pelosi and Reid are addressing the top 2% of incomes regardless of human person or the corporate entity type.
Gary forgets that the wealthy have the means to be charitable by definition.
Besides, if the wealthy are so charitable maybe they don’t mind giving some of it up to subsidize Congress’s Xmas vacation by making a voluntary contribution.
Charming that Rick Santelli is _now_ examining the ‘blame game’ as a ‘bait and switch’.
Did he just find out what a ‘bait and switch’ is?
Where was he during the election?