Thursday, December 11, 2008

How Bad Is Your Rep When A Chicago Newspaper Calls You Corrupt?

Excerpts from an article in the Chicago Sun-Times:
...I was offended when Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd (D-CT) informed the CEOs of Ford, Chrysler, and GM that if they wanted money for their companies, they needed to go. This is the same Christopher Dodd who has been on the Senate Banking Committee for years and oversaw the financial debacle of Wall Street that led to an $800 billion bailout at taxpayers expense. This is the same Dodd who has fueled record government spending for years that has led to our debt of trillions of dollars.

Dodd's throwing stones in a glass house and maintaining a straight face in the process, is arrogance at its height. Senator Dodd needs to go and should be a part of a serious "house cleaning" that should be seen in both the US House and Senate.
At least Senator Dodd's reputation is getting the play it deserves outside of Connecticut. Hopefully his voters are paying attention, too.

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