...first against the wall when the revolution comes...
Seriously? 18 billion dollars of our money for Wall Street bonuses in 2008? Are you nucking futs?
Their argument is usually that they need bonuses to retain "top talent". Really? If these are the top people, I think we need to go back to letting the monkeys pick the stocks. (I am referring to the example of random stock selection at times being equal to or superior to experts.)
This is kind of neat. The St. Petersburg paper has an online meter tracking President Obama's campaign promises.
An amusing little site consisting of imagined Twitter messages from throughout history.
I don't know how Republicans are opposing the bailout. I really don't. These are your fellow Americans suffering here. You don't think it's a good idea? Well, we tried your ideas-they didn't work. We tried shoveling money into Wall Street and banks-it didn't work. At a certain point, you have to act like statesmen.