Bush Administration Lies
Life is simple over at Fox Business. So simple in fact that to this day (December 24, 2008) they're still questioning whether we're in a recession (much less a depression; a word some people are beginning to use). Example? The online store, Zappos.com, is enjoying its best year ever!
Comment: Is it any wonder nobody takes them seriously?
Juan Williams, filling in for Bill O’Reilly who is out spreading Christmas cheer, interviewed former Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez on Thursday, December 18th. It was Gonzalez’ first interview since vacating this position and, judging from the quality of the interview, it just might be his easiest. Naturally, being a loyal Fox/RNC employee, Williams framed the interview as an“homage” and a forum from which to impugn the motives of those who are critical of Gonzalez. But then, what else is new at Fox? I would have liked to have seen Chris Wallace do the interview; but as Williams can be counted on to follow the Fox script, I can understand why he was chosen.Continue reading >>
Eric M. Thorson, the Treasury Department Inspector General who is overseeing the $700 billion "rescue package" was quoted in the Washington Post this morning as saying the whole thing is "a mess." Neil Cavuto brought on Chris Cannon (R-UT), a member of the House Oversight Committee to explain today (November 13, 2008) and if Cannon is representative of those who are supposed to provide "oversight," we're in deep trouble.
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On October 21, at the annual convention of the Mortgage Bankers' Association in San Francisco, Karl Rove and former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell debated the 2008 presidential election and the state of the economy. While they were on stage, a brave woman approached Rove, produced some handcuffs, and attempted to make a citizen's arrest before security officials escorted her away. Here's video.Continue reading >>
In the summer and fall of 2004, when the stock market was quietly humming along, Neil Cavuto predicted that if John Kerry won the election, the market would crash. This election season, while the market is crashing due to the deregulation frenzy promulgated by the likes of Alan Greenspan and the kids in an out-of-control Republican-dominated Washington, Cavuto isn't making predictions. This year he says the market's crashing on its own, in anticipation of an Obama win.Continue reading >>