Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Primal Scream

I'm sorry. I don't usually swear too much here, unless I'm really, really pissed off. But this motherfuckin' shit is ridiculous:

Two Wall Street firms that received at least $60 billion in government bailout funds will be rewarding their financial advisers with controversial retention payments, the terms of which one senior executive described as "very generous" in audio obtained by the Huffington Post.

Yes, I expect you to go to the Huffington Post and read it, listen to it, then get on the horn to your congressperson and senators and rip them a new asshole big enough to fit Perez Hilton's fat ass into headfirst. THIS HAS GOT TO STOP!


John in IL said...

When you have a "no strings attached" bailout program, what do you expect?

Jamie said...

I never endorsed this bailout program in the first place, because this is exactly what I expected. Crooks giving money to crooks.

Though I do think the jobs for infrastructure portion (you should see how bad our roads are lately) is a good solution to two problems at once. Despite Michael Steele's patently ridiculous comments that construction jobs aren't jobs. How out of touch with the American people can he possibly be?

mike/ said...

an old French adage:

"plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose..."

transl - "the more that changes, the more it's the same thing..."

i see no reason why anyone should have expected any "change". the only way it's going to happen is to get rid of all of the "ole f**ts" running D.C.