Saturday Movie Matinee: “Follow The Ideology”

Via Ace of Spades HQ: Bill Whittle on Fast & Furious:

Lee Doren: Fast and Furious is a Disgrace:

Fast and Furious: Barack Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and the Shameless Cover-Up
http://www.amazon.com/Fast-Furious-Bloodiest-Shameless-Cover-Up/dp/1596983213
By Katie Pavlich

Via : A primer on Fast and Furious for studiously clueless Soledad O’Brien and Rachel Maddow:

SEE ALSO:

John Nolte, Big Journalism: Time For Super PACs to Tell the Truth About Fast & Furious

 

Via Dick Morris: Obama’s Emerging Strategy!:

His game plan is becoming clear…and what we must do to counter it…

‘s Zo Nation: The Blamer In Chief: Obama Blames Everyone Other Than Himself and His Failed Liberal Policies:

Liberals always get their way, and Zo thinks that’s why the world is in an economic crisis. Hear how Obama is distorting the facts about the budget deficit and the economy in order to hide the truth about his record.

‘s Trifecta: Left and Right Unite to Oppose President: Obama Gets Thrown Unger:

Going viral on Youtube: Sharks attack whale:

About 100 sharks line 400m of shoreline to feed of a devoured whale. Some were tiger sharks, others just reef sharks. Intriguing in the most horrific sense.

See Also:

Help Needed in Unlocking Lifesaving Treatments for Rare Diseases (Video)

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8 thoughts on “Saturday Movie Matinee: “Follow The Ideology”

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  2. “Liberals always get their way, and Zo thinks that’s why the world is in an economic crisis.” – The economic (housing bust) crisis started under the Bush administration and was largely caused by the explosion in credit and the inequality that drove it. Extending loans to low income households worked to increase home ownership in the short-run. … Ultimately the lending was deemed to be fundamentally unsound. Once housing prices began to decline in 2006 and 2007, the stage was set for the subprime mortgage crisis. SIVs faced liquidity runs due to their maturity mismatch problems. Correlated defaults overwhelmed the quality of the lower tranches of MBSs and CDOs and the leverage that begat high returns led to fires sales of all assets. CDS insurance exposure rendered AIG insolvent in this market. Further, the lack of transparency for investment bank balance sheets and uncertainty about Federal Reserve and government liquidity support led to a total collapse in the intermediation system.

    http://www.aei-ideas.org/2012/03/study-income-inequality-didnt-cause-the-financial-crisis-and-great-recession/

    Blaming the liberals is absolutely correct.

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  4. “Extending loans to low income households worked to increase home ownership in the short-run. … Ultimately the lending was deemed to be fundamentally unsound.”

    Gosh, tlip, that’s the smartest thing of yours I’ve read on this blog site.

    Of course, it was someone else’ thought, but at least you recognized the thought in it.

    And BTW, whose fault was it that lending standards were lowered to increase risk loans to those incapable of paying the loans back? Surely it had to be GW’s fault because everything else is, right? It just couldn’t have anything to do with such glowing economic wizards as Chris “Gimme a Cheap Loan” Dodd or Bawney Fwank now, could it?

    (Please don’t take that as a defense of GW – I think he rates in the bottom third of our presidents. His only saving grace was defending our country from enemies foreign, and even that he tended to screw up.)

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  5. Pssssst Carlos – That’s not actually what tlips said – what he said was utterly moronic. I finally got sick of his charade so I banned him. If he gets through, now, I moderate his comments.

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