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Desc:Starts screaming at constituents. 'Don't blame banks' 'This pisses me off'
Category:Accidents & Explosions, News & Politics
Tags:banks, conservatives, Joe Walsh, Child support
Submitted:kwash
Date:11/09/11
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cognitivedissonance - 2011-11-09
Nobody's blaming "banks". We're blaming the people who lead them, the people who have legislated away oversight, and the people who have made sure they don't pay a dime in reparations.

Blaming "banks" is like blaming "trees" for climate change, you soporific dullard.
kingarthur - 2011-11-09
Okay, I'm not blaming banks either. Am I, however, laying the blame at the feet of abuses inherent in capitalism? Yes.

poorwill - 2011-11-09
Problem isn't so much capitalism as it is capital.

fedex - 2011-11-09
I think re-instating capital punishment for large-scale corruption and fraud would be a capital idea!


CAPITAL!

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-11-09
Taken down
fatatty - 2011-11-09
He's erased it from the internet!

Oh wait...

Bort - 2011-11-09
Joe Walsh, you used to scream and be cool about it:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0_KBe8z0h0
Robin Kestrel - 2011-11-09
You can't argue with a sick mind.
fatatty - 2011-11-09
Stop talking now! I'm sick of hearing opposing view points!
chumbucket - 2011-11-09
I'M LOUDER THAN YOU SO YOU HAVE TO AGREE WITH ME NOW!!

Louis Armstrong - 2011-11-09
BANKS CONTRIBUTED TO MY CAMPAIGN, THEY ARE GOOD PEOPLE! WHATS NOT GOOD IS PEOPLE LIKE ME! , THOSE IN THE
GOVERNMENT!!! Vote for me.
charmlessman - 2011-11-09
IT'S NOT BANKS WHO SOLD POISON MORTGAGES, SPECULATED ON THE MARKET, THEN SOLD THE BAD MORTGAGES BUNDLED WITH GOOD ONES!!!
This pisses me off, I need more rage juice.
SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-11-09
Not sure if you're serious, so:

"The Securities and Exchange Commission changed the leverage rules for just five Wall Street banks in 2004. The “Bear Stearns exemption” replaced the 1977 net capitalization rule’s 12-to-1 leverage limit. In its place, it allowed unlimited leverage for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns. These banks ramped leverage to 20-, 30-, even 40-to-1. Extreme leverage leaves very little room for error."

From: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/what-caused-the-financial-c risis-the-big-lie-goes-viral/2011/10/31/gIQAXlSOqM_story_1.html

Iakchos - 2011-11-09
He has a strong struttin'-that-ass-guy vibe, don't you think?
StanleyPain - 2011-11-09
Don't forget, this is the guy who owes 0,000 in child support to his ex-wife and took her to court in an attempt to get out of having to pay it. Afterwards, he was given an award by Focus on the Family for his "Steadfast devotion to the families of America" which is wingnut crazy codespeak for "he hates women and gay people."
EnochEmery - 2011-11-09
Also Mr. "Personal Responsibility" here ditched out on a condo mortgage he was trying to flip a few years ago. When the market went south he walked away.

Oscar Wildcat - 2011-11-09
Well Natch; the government _made_ him buy that condo. Then it _made_ him stop making payments, via the secret microwave radio device implanted in his frontal lobes. IT ALL MAKES SENSE, DAMNIT!!!! GET OUT OF MY MIND, ALL OF YOU!!!!

memedumpster - 2011-11-09
Why do people argue with guillotine lubricant? All I hear here is a squeaky guillotine. Seriously, you pop the top off and you pour the shit on the blade and it takes the grating sound away.
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2011-11-09
YEAH AND KEEP THOSE GIRAFFES OFF MY FUCKING LAWN?

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-11-09
This is a surefire reelection strategy.
EnochEmery - 2011-11-09
Deadbeat Joe is toast. He's been pushed into a runoff because of Democrat controlled redistricting. The other guy is a fundie moron but doesn't have the baggage this guy has.

Riskbreaker - 2011-11-09
HE'S MAD AS HELL AND HE WON'T TAKE IT ANYMORE
Change - 2011-11-09
Quiet for a minute - Quiet for a minute - QUIIIIIIIIIIIET FOR A MINUTE
Corpus Delectable - 2011-11-09
I think the representative might need to "be quiet for a minute" and "listen," or the voters are going to "ask [him] to leave."

I want to move to Illinois just to vote against him.

Pillager - 2011-11-09
Damn, I've never seen the GOP this touchy...


Ask a simple question, watch them explode.
SolRo - 2011-11-09
They've always been like this about saying anything bad about the rich, big business, big banks, etc.

Just now people are noticing how stupid that sounds.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2011-11-09
Yeah, since Bush isn't in power and even the GOPers can't afford to hold their "public forums" in private (and therefore exclusive) venues, the usual tactic of having some Blackwater rejects frog-march any inconvenient questioners outside for a little knuckle music has been replaced by the hissy fit of the spoiled brat.

Mother_Puncher - 2011-11-09
YOU DAMN KIDS DRIVING THROUGH MY NEIGHBORHOOD BLASTING YOUR HIP HOP MUSIC AND TALKING ABOUT "SCHOOL"! GET A JOB! STOP BLAMING BANKS! THEY DIDNT MAKE YOU NOT GET A JOB!
takewithfood - 2012-11-09
Thank you, Tammy Duckworth!
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