06 March 2009

Everyone's blogging it



So I might as well, too.   Pretty damn funny.

5 comments:

Rogue Medic said...

That is funny. Sad, but funny.

The video overlaps the comments button for me. I am using Firefox, so I don't know if that will happen for others, but no other site has been doing that for me today.

Anonymous said...

same issue on safari. jon stewart's face is covering your blog text in multiple places. something's wrong with your page.

Penelope said...

It says you have to be in the US to view the video - can you give me the keywords to look it up on you tube?

dilettante said...

Penelope, I'd try Daily Show CNBC to get it.

Anonymous said...

Yeah hilarious in sad way. Moronocelli is bitching and whining while the thieves at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange hoot an howl. These guys just don't get it. It was their activities in the first place that got us here. People within a decade of retirement will probably never recover. Many people who bought houses from 2000 onwards were sold a bill of goods about how they could refinance once the house goes up in value. Should they have done it... of course not. But more importantly they should have NEVER EVER BEEN OFFERED A MORTGAGE. The mortgage brokers were making huge profits from these sales. See any of them giving back the money...of course not. The banks gave the money in the first place are now whining about mortgages they should have never ever offered. They did it beacuse of greed and they are getting bailed out. How much TARP money have we loaned (ie. given) the banks so far? 700 billion. The fact is thought you can't throw these guys in jail, you can take there money away. I don't see anybody doing that. Then throw in scumbags like Phil Graham who dismantled the Glass-Steagall act which allowed this whole CDO mess to occur in the first place. Oh yeah. Ole Phil became an executive at UBS thereafter. Throw in the ENRON exception (his wife was on the baoard thereafter) What a F(*#&$g slimeball. Now there is a man who belongs in jail with his fortune seized. Stewart got Morono-celli and his CNBC morons right. Good for him.