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Quote of the Day
Posted by: McQ on Tuesday, September 23, 2008

It comes from Jay Leno:
"See, you know the way a bailout works? Here's the way a bailout works. A failed president and a failed Congress invest $700 billion of your money in failed businesses. Believe me, this can't fail."
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Leno has got to be a thorn in the side of the Hollyweird establishment. First he chides them for their impatience on ANWR drilling since the oil would already be flowing if BJC had not vetoed a similar measure. Now he calls the Dimocrat-controlled Congress "failed". Has Jay been co-opted by the Rove-Rethuglican VRWC machine or something? Just askin...
Written By: CR
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I think Jay Leno plays both ends.

But the populist move is to damn them all. I agree to a point.
Written By: jpm100
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Glad Leno included the Congress in the mix. It irritates me to no end that the Congress constantly skates whenever there’s a problem. "What? Who? US??? Why, we had nothing to do with it! It was... it was... IT WAS THE PRESIDENT! Yeah, that’s it! Or the lobbyists! Or... or... greedy (fill in the blank)! We didn’t do anything! Now, trust us to investigate and fix the problem."
Written By: docjim505
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After reading the snit by Ben Smith of "The Politico" last night, I left reminded that in this political season the 4th estate has done the American public a disservice.

After the Iraq War started, the 4th estate spent months before they finally decided that maybe they were vigilant enough with their reporting running up to the war.

In this election, the 4th estate repeats it’s error by falling into the same trap.

Fool me once, shame on you
Fool me twice, shame on me

In this election, the 4th estate has actually allowed one of the candidates to write his own narrative, based on two auto-biographical books, that is full of holes for large time sequences.

Today, with only 40 some days remaining till the election, a bit of one of those 4 year holes is filled in, but much is still left unknown.

Will the 4th estate be comtemplating the navel for that time or will they begin to ask the questions that will give the American people a complete story ?

Not only does the future of their craft stand in balance, the future of the country demands better.

If they are not up to the challenge .. we will look elsewhere.
Written By: Neo
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It’s good that Leno counterbalances Letterman, who in recent years has pretty much turned his show into Hive agitprop.
Written By: Bilwick
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Man Neo, you’re really good at copy&pasting.
How many blogs did you paste that comment on?
Written By: Greybeard
Neo is a real poster on this board. We have had drive by cut&paste from leftists who only post once.
Written By: Don
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All leftist bloggers should cut and paste. Saves them time typing, saves us time reasing. Financial crisis? Booming prosperity? Something in-between? No matter—the response is always the same. Like Christopher Walken with cowbells, it’s: "More State!"
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I think Greybeard may have been referring to the same comment posted on an article lower down;;

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