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Banzai's depiction of Boehner as a lead bozo in D.C.'s war on ordinary Americans hits the mark dead center.

Along the same lines, today Mike Krieger exposes Boehner as a "fake conservative" who back stabs real conservatives in dutiful service to the banksters. Now, on top of cowardice and fraudulence, we may safely add classlessless to the list of Boehner's defining character traits:

Dec 5, 2012 at 2:17 PM | Unregistered CommenterCheyenne
Gary North does a good job of explaining that student loan bailout but frankly I don't care if it would just bail out the students and not the banks why should others who have their own children or loans have to pay at all for this!

There is now a proposal before Congress for the government to pay off all the banks that have lent money to students.
The government has already changed the bankruptcy law to make it almost impossible for students to escape this debt. But the banks still cannot collect the money.

So, it’s Congress to the rescue! Bail out the banks! But do it in the name of helping the poor students, who were so stupid as to take on these debts.

They could have earned their degrees for $15,000 or less. But no! They loaded up on debt. And now they cannot repay. So, Congress is supposed to do it for them.

That means you. That means me.


Read more: http://teapartyeconomist.com/2012/12/03/1-trillion-bailout-student-loans/#ixzz2EDBQbeow

Dec 5, 2012 at 3:35 PM | Unregistered CommenterLadyLiberty

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