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Barney Frank: The Community Reinvestment Act Was a ‘Republican Failure’
NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE ^ | October 12, 2011 | Jim Geraghty

Posted on 10/12/2011 10:59:56 PM PDT by neverdem

In today’s Wall Street Journal:

Asked who was to blame for the 2008 financial crisis and whether any bankers should have been prosecuted, Mrs. Bachmann and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich put the onus on the federal government, with Mr. Gingrich suggesting that former Senate Banking Chairman Chris Dodd and Rep. Barney Frank, former chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, should both be jailed.

“It was the federal government that pushed the subprime loans . . . that pushed the community reinvestment act,” said Mrs. Bachmann, citing what she considered the causes of the housing meltdown.

Mr. Frank released an emailed statement in response: “In fact, Chris Dodd and I were in the minority from 1995 until 2006, so Gingrich is blaming us for Republican failures.”

So panicked is the response from Congressman “I want to roll the dice a little bit more in this situation towards subsidized housing” Frank that he forgets that from May 2001 to the end of 2002, Democrats controlled the Senate and Dodd was the second-ranking Democrat on the committee after chairman Paul Sarbanes.

It is also revealing that Frank believes that Bush-administration assent to policies he supported means that the consequences of those policies are, ipso facto, “Republican failures.” As Peter Wallison lays out on the Journal’s op-ed page, you can blame Wall Street for reckless gambling on mortgage-backed securities all you want, but the risk of the mortgage-backed securities never takes off unless the federal government starts pushing lenders to lower their standards for worthy borrowers. Sure, the big-bank investors never should have gone dancing in the minefield, but the minefield was set up by federal policies that encouraged massive loans to “borrowers with blemished credit, or were loans with no or low down payments, no documentation, or required only interest payments.”

It is rather amazing that with laughably inaccurate defenses like this, Frank is still considered a significant voice in the Democratic party today.


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Crime/Corruption; Front Page News; Politics/Elections; US: Georgia; US: Massachusetts; US: Minnesota
KEYWORDS: barneyfrank; bawney; bubble; cra; dodd; fannie; frank; georgia; housing; massachusetts; minnesota; subprimeloans; thegreatrecession; weeninvest
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1 posted on 10/12/2011 11:00:18 PM PDT by neverdem
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To: neverdem

Frank in panic mode. Good.


2 posted on 10/12/2011 11:06:56 PM PDT by Lazlo in PA (Now living in a newly minted Red State.)
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To: neverdem

I wonder how many handkerchiefs it would take in front of Barney Frank’s mouth to contain the spittle produced during his full explanation of how the CRA and the pressure exerted by Janet Reno and the Clinton justice department upon banks was a “Republican failure”?

Would that be a 2-handkerchief explanation or a threefer? Perhaps one of those plastic 5-gallon Home Depot buckets would be a more “conservative” approach.

Of course, with the HD bucket, there would probably be room for his explanation of how astute (or in Barney’s case, ASSTOOT) his Dodd-Frank bill was in addressing systemic financial problems.


3 posted on 10/12/2011 11:07:44 PM PDT by Attention Surplus Disorder (Madoff screwed the rich. Bernanke screwed us all.)
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To: neverdem

Satan’s biggest victory is convincing so many that he doesn’t even exist.

The Democrats’ biggest victory is convincing so many that they EVER tell the truth.


4 posted on 10/12/2011 11:08:19 PM PDT by TruthHound ("He who does not punish evil commands it to be done." --Leonardo da Vinci)
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To: neverdem

Hopefully, if we can get this ship righted, Frank and his cohorts will be fully investigated and held accountable for all the grief they caused Americans. At the very least, he needs to be made afraid to show his face in public.


5 posted on 10/12/2011 11:08:49 PM PDT by liberalh8ter
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To: neverdem
One of the first signs that this country has been turned around for real is when Frank and Dodd are both serving time in jail, hopefully for the rest of their lives.
6 posted on 10/12/2011 11:11:46 PM PDT by The Cajun (Palin, Free Republic, Mark Levin, Rush, Hannity......Nuff said.)
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To: neverdem

Frank actually said, “Wepublican failure”.


7 posted on 10/12/2011 11:13:21 PM PDT by FlingWingFlyer ("Greed" is wanting everything and demanding that somebody else pay for it.)
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To: neverdem
It is rather amazing that with laughably inaccurate defenses like this,

The piece of filth Frank figures that if he can get away with blaming his boyfriend for running a homo prostitution ring out of their apartment, he can get away with anything.

8 posted on 10/12/2011 11:15:48 PM PDT by Mr. Mojo
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To: neverdem

9 posted on 10/12/2011 11:18:10 PM PDT by FormerACLUmember
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To: neverdem

When Michelle brought all that up during the debate I could just picture/hear Bawney spittin' and sputterin'. I hope, someday, that we have the opportunity to make him soil his britches.

10 posted on 10/12/2011 11:18:19 PM PDT by abigailsmybaby ("To understan' the livin', you gotta commune wit' da dead." Minerva)
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To: Lazlo in PA

Yes he is. The bastard caused and or allowed all of this crap.


11 posted on 10/12/2011 11:19:33 PM PDT by eyedigress ((Old storm chaser from the west)?)
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To: neverdem

The Community Re-investment Act started under Jimmy Carter.

During the Clinton administration, then attorney general Janet Reno falsely accused the banks of red-lining and threatened them with all kind of unpleasant consequences unless they gave home loans to people who couldn’t afford to pay them back, including illegal aliens.

And we wonder why it all went bad.


12 posted on 10/12/2011 11:23:06 PM PDT by july4thfreedomfoundation (Obama inherited a mild recession from George W. Bush and turned it into a major depression.)
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To: neverdem

Frank needs to be in chains and pressed onto a sharp metal cone until he’s split in half. Don’t care he’ll probably like it for awhile.


13 posted on 10/12/2011 11:35:53 PM PDT by Secret Agent Man (I'd like to tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.)
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To: neverdem

CELLMATES


14 posted on 10/12/2011 11:55:34 PM PDT by FrankR (What you resist...PERSISTS!)
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To: neverdem

Media Mum on Barney Frank's Fannie Mae Love Connection:
Democratic House Financial Services Committee Chair promoted GSEs while former 'spouse' was Fannie Mae executive

By Jeff Poor
Business & Media Institute, 9/24/2008

excerpt...

"Frank, who is openly gay, had a relationship with Herb Moses, an executive for the now-government controlled Fannie Mae. The column revealed the two had split up at the time but also said Frank was referring to Moses as his "spouse." Another Washington Post report said Frank called Moses his "lover" and that the two were "still friends" after the breakup.

Frank was and remains a stalwart defender of Fannie Mae, which is now under FBI investigation along with its sister organization Freddie Mac, American International Group Inc. (NYSE:AIG) and Lehman Brothers (NYSE:LEH) – all recently participants in government bailouts. But Frank has derailed efforts to regulate the institution, as well as denying it posed any financial risk."

http://www.businessandmedia.org/printer/2008/20080924145932.aspx
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Lawmaker Accused of Fannie Mae Conflict of Interest

By Bill Sammon, October 03, 2008

WASHINGTON -- Unqualified home buyers were not the only ones who benefitted from Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank’s efforts to deregulate Fannie Mae throughout the 1990s.

So did Frank’s partner, a Fannie Mae executive at the forefront of the agency’s push to relax lending restrictions.

Now that Fannie Mae is at the epicenter of a financial meltdown that threatens the U.S. economy, some are raising new questions about Frank's relationship with Herb Moses, who was Fannie’s assistant director for product initiatives. Moses worked at the government-sponsored enterprise from 1991 to 1998, while Frank was on the House Banking Committee, which had jurisdiction over Fannie.

Both Frank and Moses assured the Wall Street Journal in 1992 that they took pains to avoid any conflicts of interest. Critics, however, remain skeptical.

"It’s absolutely a conflict," said Dan Gainor, vice president of the Business & Media Institute. "He was voting on Fannie Mae at a time when he was involved with a Fannie Mae executive. How is that not germane?

"If this had been his ex-wife and he was Republican, I would bet every penny I have - or at least what’s not in the stock market - that this would be considered germane," added Gainor, a T. Boone Pickens Fellow. "But everybody wants to avoid it because he’s gay. It’s the quintessential double standard."

A top GOP House aide agreed.

"C’mon, he writes housing and banking laws and his boyfriend is a top exec at a firm that stands to gain from those laws?" the aide told FOX News. "No media ever takes note? Imagine what would happen if Frank’s political affiliation was R instead of D? Imagine what the media would say if [GOP former] Chairman [Mike] Oxley’s wife or [GOP presidential nominee John] McCain’s wife was a top exec at Fannie for a decade while they wrote the nation’s housing and banking laws."

Frank’s office did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Frank met Moses in 1987, the same year he became the first openly gay member of Congress.

"I am the only member of the congressional gay spouse caucus," Moses wrote in the Washington Post in 1991. "On Capitol Hill, Barney always introduces me as his lover."

The two lived together in a Washington home until they broke up in 1998, a few months after Moses ended his seven-year tenure at Fannie Mae, where he was the assistant director of product initiatives. According to National Mortgage News, Moses "helped develop many of Fannie Mae’s affordable housing and home improvement lending programs."

Critics say such programs led to the mortgage meltdown that prompted last month’s government takeover of Fannie Mae and its financial cousin, Freddie Mac. The giant firms are blamed for spreading bad mortgages throughout the private financial sector.

Although Frank now blames Republicans for the failure of Fannie and Freddie, he spent years blocking GOP lawmakers from imposing tougher regulations on the mortgage giants. In 1991, the year Moses was hired by Fannie, the Boston Globe reported that Frank pushed the agency to loosen regulations on mortgages for two- and three-family homes, even though they were defaulting at twice and five times the rate of single homes, respectively.

Three years later, President Clinton’s Department of Housing and Urban Development tried to impose a new regulation on Fannie, but was thwarted by Frank. Clinton now blames such Democrats for planting the seeds of today’s economic crisis.

"I think the responsibility that the Democrats have may rest more in resisting any efforts by Republicans in the Congress or by me when I was president, to put some standards and tighten up a little on Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac," Clinton said recently.

Bill Sammon is FOX News' Washington Deputy Managing Editor.

http://www.foxnews.com/printer_friendly_story/0,3566,432501,00.html
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Rush Limbaugh's Barney Frank/"Banking Queen" parody of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" (fun-nee!):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwVWXN0Pyq4

15 posted on 10/13/2011 2:00:50 AM PDT by ETL (ALL (most?) of the Obama-commie connections at my FR Home page: http://www.freerepublic.com/~etl/)
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To: neverdem

So sayeth a failure of genetics...


16 posted on 10/13/2011 3:02:41 AM PDT by LRS ("This is silly! It can't be! It can't be!!" "Oh yes it is! I said you wouldn't know the joint.")
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To: abigailsmybaby

You notice how this Part of the Debate is hardly mentioned anywhere. The false Narrative still is the Dominate one,especially with these Useful Idiots on WALL ST. You think the news media could connect the Dots now that this was front and center of the Debates


17 posted on 10/13/2011 3:16:13 AM PDT by ballplayer
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To: neverdem
Success is everyones child
But failure is always an orphan.
18 posted on 10/13/2011 3:17:51 AM PDT by Samurai_Jack (ride out and confront the evil!)
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To: The Cajun

AFFIRMAT**Y if not a big Amen! Jail may be too good though.
Barney & Dodd are different sides of the worst street in a sleazy neighborhood. Hard to say what’s worse, their conduct or that of the colleagues who condoned it.


19 posted on 10/13/2011 3:31:02 AM PDT by Huaynero
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To: july4thfreedomfoundation
During the Clinton administration, then attorney general Janet Reno falsely accused the banks of red-lining and threatened them with all kind of unpleasant consequences unless they gave home loans to people who couldn’t afford to pay them back, including illegal aliens.

Yup - Illegals and "Holder's People."

20 posted on 10/13/2011 3:32:07 AM PDT by SkyPilot
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To: july4thfreedomfoundation
During the Clinton administration, then attorney general Janet Reno falsely accused the banks of red-lining and threatened them with all kind of unpleasant consequences unless they gave home loans to people who couldn’t afford to pay them back, including illegal aliens.

Yup - Illegals and "Holder's People."

21 posted on 10/13/2011 3:32:07 AM PDT by SkyPilot
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To: ballplayer

The news media is complicit. They don’t want their darlings to suffer any repercussions.


22 posted on 10/13/2011 3:34:59 AM PDT by abigailsmybaby ("To understan' the livin', you gotta commune wit' da dead." Minerva)
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To: neverdem

It is rather amazing that with laughably inaccurate defenses like this, Frank is still considered a significant voice in the Democratic party today.

The DUH party. Dumb, UnHinged.


23 posted on 10/13/2011 3:43:12 AM PDT by rockinqsranch (Dems, Libs, Socialists, call 'em what you will, they ALL have fairies livin' in their trees.)
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To: neverdem

Talk about a guy who is in FULL retard mode...


24 posted on 10/13/2011 3:45:48 AM PDT by stevie_d_64 (I'm jus' sayin')
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To: neverdem

It is rather amazing that with laughably inaccurate defenses like this, Frank is still considered a significant voice in the Democratic party today.

It is laughable, that Mr Frank and Mr Dodd, were not arrested, given a speedy trial, and jailed for a significant amount of time. When tshtf. Or maybe it is more likely that a certain party was in the majority, and what they did was not considered by some to be a criminal offense. Nevertheless, both those “gentlemen” are on my list. Their recorded words will at some point convict the guilty blastareds and perhaps truth will finally prevail.


25 posted on 10/13/2011 3:46:55 AM PDT by wita
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To: neverdem

That’s a lie. (period)


26 posted on 10/13/2011 4:23:06 AM PDT by ThePatriotsFlag
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To: neverdem

Barney the purple Fag and Chris Dodd Republicans? whoda thought?


27 posted on 10/13/2011 4:40:02 AM PDT by StonyBurk (ring)
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To: july4thfreedomfoundation
Chris Cuomo had a lot to do with it as HUD boss.

And don't forget the CBC's defense of whathisname of the then-CEO of FannieMae, as well as GSE's in general.

28 posted on 10/13/2011 5:01:28 AM PDT by Calvin Locke
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To: neverdem

There will never be a law against bad laws - Patrick Henry


29 posted on 10/13/2011 5:12:40 AM PDT by MontaniSemperLiberi (Moutaineers are Always Free)
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To: abigailsmybaby

If he´s talking, make sure you´re at least a hundred feet away.


30 posted on 10/13/2011 5:44:52 AM PDT by onedoug (lf)
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To: neverdem
Bwaney Fwank is full of ... Sea Men.

That being said this problem goes back way before Bush or Clinton. It goes back to the days of .. CARTER, Jesse Jackass and FHA & HUD. And iirc Dems controlled congress then too.

Back then Jesse was moaning about Red Lining and new car loans to Blacks being denied. So the Fed Banking Laws were changed, Banks (GMAC, etc) gave Auto Loans - by force - and New Car Dealerships went .. tada .. Out Of Business! I saw this in my old stomping grounds in Chicago. One stretch of South Western Ave had dealership after dealership. Jesse 'fixed' all that. It seems repossessed cars aren't worth much. /s

Ditto for HUD & FHA. A friend of mine got married had a kid and wanted a house. He had no money saved (assets), just a steady job. He got a HUD or FHA Loan like *that*. Which went down the pooper a couple years later after his slut wife left him (or he kicked her out, can't recall now ) and my friend basically abandoned the house. Just walked away as he had no use for it and it only had bad memories for him.

But the bottom line is that the Dems did this then as they did it with Bush. It's not their money so they don't care as it buys votes and that's good enough.

31 posted on 10/13/2011 6:10:07 AM PDT by Condor51 (Yo Hoffa, so you want to 'take out conservatives'. Well okay Jr - I'm your Huckleberry)
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To: Calvin Locke

Franklin Raines perhaps?


32 posted on 10/13/2011 6:22:06 AM PDT by representativerepublic (...loose lips, sink ships)
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To: neverdem
Barney Frank: The Community Reinvestment Act Was a ‘Republican Failure’

I was going to say, "Barney, shut your piehole," but in his case....
33 posted on 10/13/2011 6:24:00 AM PDT by aruanan
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To: neverdem

I think Barney-the-buttlicker Frank knows he is in trouble and will continue to lie his way out it. He has the support of like-minded rats and perverts throughout MA and much of the country.


34 posted on 10/13/2011 6:37:18 AM PDT by Neoliberalnot ((Read "The Grey Book" for an alternative to corruption in DC))
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To: onedoug

If he´s talking, make sure you´re at least a hundred feet away.”

I have heard from people in MA that Frank’s breath smells like fecal material for some odd reason. Note the brown ring around his mouth.


35 posted on 10/13/2011 6:41:54 AM PDT by Neoliberalnot ((Read "The Grey Book" for an alternative to corruption in DC))
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To: Neoliberalnot

A truly disgusting humanoid.


36 posted on 10/13/2011 6:53:08 AM PDT by onedoug (lf)
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To: july4thfreedomfoundation

The Community Reinvestment Act was passed in 1977; it was preceded by the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act of 1975. Together, they provided the data that the Government needed to allowed it to play a direct part in the mortgage market. Both were Democrat bills.


37 posted on 10/13/2011 6:59:28 AM PDT by Melchior
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To: abigailsmybaby

“Cwiminal” = that’s a classic LOL.


38 posted on 10/13/2011 7:00:57 AM PDT by WashingtonSource
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To: representativerepublic

That’s the guy. Last I heard, he was ensconced in some liberal organization, instead of a Federal Pen.


39 posted on 10/13/2011 7:05:57 AM PDT by Calvin Locke
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To: Lazlo in PA

I don’t think he could be put in a panic mode, unless you took away his vaseline.


40 posted on 10/13/2011 7:10:22 AM PDT by GrandJediMasterYoda (Mark Halperin - Learned the hard way what happens when you speak the truth on PMSNBC.)
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To: neverdem
It is rather amazing that with laughably inaccurate defenses like this, Frank is still considered a significant voice in the Democratic party today.

Amazing? Typical is more like it.

41 posted on 10/13/2011 7:19:03 AM PDT by Texas Eagle (If it wasn't for double-standards, Liberals would have no standards at all -- Texas Eagle)
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To: neverdem

Frankendodd the gift that will never go away.


42 posted on 10/13/2011 7:21:10 AM PDT by W. W. SMITH (Obama is an instrument of enslavement)
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To: All

Nothing new. Barney still likes Fannie.... and Freddie for that matter.


43 posted on 10/13/2011 7:24:19 AM PDT by newnhdad
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To: neverdem

Any politican involved in bringing down our economy through creating a banking system based on loan fraud, should be prosecuted - Republicans included.

The problem with Republicans like Newt is that he is too clever by half when going “bi-partisan.” The problem with democrats is that they are purely evil and committed traitors.


44 posted on 10/13/2011 7:29:38 AM PDT by SaraJohnson
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To: FormerACLUmember
Right concept, wrong caricatures.
45 posted on 10/13/2011 7:34:11 AM PDT by Mr.Unique (Very generic, non-offensive, tagline.)
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To: neverdem

” - - - Mr. Gingrich suggesting that former Senate Banking Chairman Chris Dodd and Rep. Barney Frank, former chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, should both be jailed. - - - “

Newt is correct!

How long should Sub-Prime Barney have to spend in a US Federal Penal Institution? My thought is for the same length of time he has been an elected Congressman.

As for Chrissie Dodd? Shave him bald and let him and Madoff play Monopoly for the next 30 years. Both can then retire on Park Avenue!


46 posted on 10/13/2011 7:34:25 AM PDT by Graewoulf ( obama"care" violates the 1890 Sherman Anti-Trust Law, AND is illegal by the U.S. Constitution.)
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To: neverdem
Barney Frank: The Community Reinvestment Act Was a ‘Republican Failure’

Now that's rich.


Where there's a shell, there's a way.

If you can't appreciate the pure beauty of the violin after hearing this, something's wrong with your ears.

Or you can get raw with these strings. Either way, the violin is sweet yet lethal.

Do it!

47 posted on 10/13/2011 7:41:28 AM PDT by rdb3 (The mouth is the exhaust pipe of the heart.)
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To: Graewoulf

Not sure if it can be proven,
but it’s a pretty sure thing that Barney personally enriched himself off the subprime banking fiasco.


48 posted on 10/13/2011 7:51:19 AM PDT by MrB (The difference between a Humanist and a Satanist - the latter knows whom he's working for)
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To: representativerepublic

In their book “Reckless Endangerment” the authors Morgenson and Rosner fingered ex-Fannie Mae head James Johnson as the biggest culprit. Raines continued the destruction when he succeeded Johnson.


49 posted on 10/13/2011 8:09:23 AM PDT by driftless2
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To: MrB

” - - - “Not sure if it can be proven,
but it’s a pretty sure thing that Barney personally enriched himself off the subprime banking fiasco. - - - “

Is there enough here for a House Ethics Committee Investigation? I “frankly” want to know!


50 posted on 10/13/2011 8:38:00 AM PDT by Graewoulf ( obama"care" violates the 1890 Sherman Anti-Trust Law, AND is illegal by the U.S. Constitution.)
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