Sunday, November 16, 2008


Let no one consider us partisans When someone is right, they're right. Representative Elijah Cummings (D-MD7) asks a relevant, if rhetorical, question:

Maybe the name "Kashkari" is a subliminal suggestion.

1 comment:

  1. Even though I work for a subsidiary of one of the Eeeevil MSM groups, I have to say that the top management is acting better than those at AIG. Here's an announcement that came out a couple of weeks ago:

    "Gannett Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Craig Dubow announced that he will take a voluntary $200,000 (17 percent) salary reduction beginning Nov. 1 and continuing through 2009. Also, all company and divisional officers will have their salaries frozen for 2009."


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