Skip to comments.Fannie and Freddie: Too Complicated To Address?
Posted on 05/11/2010 12:58:34 PM PDT by Biggirl
Rick Santelli of CNBC rips into Rep. Paul Kanjorski,D/PA, on both Fannie and Freddie and the reform of both leaving taxpayers on the hook for the government mortgage giants. The exchange couldnt have come at a worse time for Rep. Kanjorski and Congressional Democrats, because Fannie and Freddie simply wont go away.
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Sounds like the border. Can’t be done. Impossible. Won’t work. Hopeless. And yet, a law passes, and the sea of illegals begins receding.
More like "Too Dangerous To Some Powerful Careers."
Obviuosly Congress has bitten off more than it can chew....as Arizona is showing the rest of America how to do it...why don’t other states take Federal as their own state law...and start doing the jobs the Feds can’t because they are hamstrung by special interests and lobbyists.?
Rip him good! The DC gang must be brought into the law or be removed, ASAP.
Kanjorski was the congresscritter that went on C-Span and described the drawdown of $550 BILLION just prior to the election of the “Won” that prompted the initial TARP and swept the “Won” into a win, out of fear of the economy....methinks (see my tagline) the “Won’s” sugar daddy might have been a possible “suspect”.
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