Friday, October 31, 2008

Lou Dobbs: Rhetorical Question Both Parties Frauds Are They Not?

Who could not agree more with Lou Dobbs after the past week of discussion Dobbs has had with a steady array of panelists on the matter of the $700 billion bailout aka financial crisis rescue plan.

Review the transcripts for the past week

Last evening was over the tipping point for Dobbs, and should be for at the least the undecideds out there who wonder which of the two major party Presidential candidates should get their vote, and on down the line of majority party candidates seeking any office in the federal government representation.

Neither, if they'd listen to Dobbs.

Dobbs asks the question about midway during the discussion Oct. 30th.

Both of these parties are frauds, are they not?

What would you answer?

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Aired October 30, 2008

DOBBS: Joining me now, three of the best economic minds in the country. In our Washington, D.C. bureau, Professor Peter Morici of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, David Smick, author of "The World is Curved: Hidden Dangers to the Global Economy," and former Treasury Department economist, Bruce Bartlett -- Bruce, a former U.S. deputy assistant secretary for economic policy at the treasury. And thank you all for being here.

...I thought the Republicans were supposed to have some compunction about prudence, responsibility, moral hazard.

I thought the Democrats were going to actually be serious about constraining excess compensation to CEOs and executives. Both of these parties are frauds, are they not?

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