“Look, I am not an establishment figure, never have been, and frankly, I don’t want to be. I dislike Washington; I think it’s a seedy place.”
— Texas Gov. Rick Perry
Don’t you wonder why a Presidential candidate would be so opposed to Washington, DC? It’s like being opposed to our National History, being opposed to being in the location of the seat of power, unwilling to communicate with the rest of the government in its central place.
- Rick Perry labels Washington “a seedy place” (politics.ie)
- Rick Perry: ‘I dislike Washington… It’s a seedy place’ (kaystreet.wordpress.com)
- Rick Perry: ‘I Dislike Washington… It’s a Seedy Place’ (crooksandliars.com)
- Rick Perry labels Washington “a seedy place” – Reuters (news.google.com)
- Gov. Rick Perry: ‘I Dislike Washington; I Think It’s A Seedy Place’ (mediaite.com)
- Rick Perry Still Hates the Fed [Quoted] (gawker.com)
- Rick Perry: Accused of Bi-sexual Adultery (goodolewoody.wordpress.com)
- Former AIG Chief Hank Greenberg To Host Rick Perry’s First Wall St. Fundraiser (businessinsider.com)
What are the odds that these turkeys ignore him?
Here’s a clip from a longer McClatchy article:
- Fed’s Bernanke testifies to Senate Banking panel (reuters.com)
- Bernanke Warns on Debt-Limit ‘Chaos’ (blogs.wsj.com)
- Bernanke Says Economy Still Gaining Momentum – NYTimes.com (opsudwinger.wordpress.com)
Gosh… Has Bernanke just figured this stuff out after helping to make the inequality himself?
Here’s a snip they had on HuffPo this morning:
You notice he’s not saying what happens if you are a college graduate over 55 who became unemployed at the end of the Bush Debacle. I’ll bet our unemployment rate is at about 15%.
- The omnipresent – not omniscient – Ben Bernanke (ftalphaville.ft.com)
- Bernanke on CBS’s ’60 Minutes’ (blogs.wsj.com)
- Fed Chair Bernanke talks tax policy (dontmesswithtaxes.typepad.com)
- This Was The Scariest Thing Ben Bernanke Said Last Night (businessinsider.com)
- Bernanke takes defense of Fed to ’60 Minutes’ (msnbc.msn.com)
- Bernanke: More Fed bond buys “certainly possible” (reuters.com)