Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Morons, Plutocrats, And Socialists
"The government's role will be limited and temporary," Bush pledged. "These measures are not intended to take over the free market but to preserve it."
"I'm sure there are some of my friends out there saying, I thought this guy was a market guy; what happened to him?," he said. "Well, my first instinct wasn't to lay out a huge government plan. My first instinct was to let the market work until I realized, upon being briefed by the experts, of how significant this problem became."
Well, when the experts are also the recipients of billions in taxpayer dollars,...
...what the heck else would you expect them to conclude in these *conclaves*!?!?!?
experts = former and present Wall Street bank executives
This little post wasn't for written for its present-day illuminative value - it was made for posterity and the edification of future voters.
Limited and temporary??? Hah! We'll come back and see. How is Bush going to insure anything about the monster he's created given that he's out of office in a couple of months?
The only thing that will be *limited and temporary* will be the rally in financial markets.
President Bush has proven quite the dope on so many levels. History will be very unkind to him.