The financial bill

A. Zarkov writes:

Dick Morris paints a scary picture as he describes the new financial regulation bill that passed the Senate, which allows the Secretary of the Treasury to seize any financial company he deems “too big to fail.” How did such a bill get past our supposed united front of Republican opposition? With the votes of Scott Brown, Susan Collins, and Olympia Snow, that’s how. Scott Brown has come out of the closet and revealed himself as the RINO we feared all along.

At my regular lunch with three liberal theoretical physicists, I found they had never heard the term “RINO.” I might just as well have spoken Chinese. This is what happens to your mind when you depend on the New York Times for your information. But there is hope yet. One told me, that while he’s a Democrat, he doesn’t like Obama who he thinks is a liar and ruining the country.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at May 23, 2010 05:55 PM | Send

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