Tuesday, September 30, 2008

On Failed Leadership



H/T Jerome Armstrong. Here's hoping the 111th Congress ousts Pelosi and Boehner... at least with Boehner it's a somewhat realistic hope. Five virtual fist bumps and two high fives to the first commenter that can tell me who the guy screaming "WRONG" is and who he's parodying.

2 comments:

Leonardo Ricardo said...

Boehner, I thought he seemed "disturbed"...arrogant to the max, but resentful, deceitful and unkind (posing as no-nonsense)...not qualities I like seeing in any House Majority leader or even a everyday acquaintance...very creepy and somehow dangerous.

Cany said...

Hold on here... whoa!

Here are the numbers:

dems for:
pubs for:

GOP NEVER had the vote, even though they whined that her talk made them walk away. Bull. They never had the vote.

228 House members – 133 Republicans and 95 Democrats – voted to derail the plan, which failed by 12 votes, 204-228.

2/3 of dems voted pro. approx 1/3 of pubs voted pro.

At least give the devil his do.

I didn't support the bailout, and still don't... and for good reason.

There is NO pay limit for CEOs, BODs. For instance, a CEO could easily get $1million/month to continue in the position. No. No. No.

There is a way to do this right, if we really need to, and a way to do it wrong.

The last attempt (and, BTW, the next) are wrong.