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Thank you Norm!

Awesome awesome awesome.

Good one. Thank you for posting this Norm.

One of the moments I would like to hug my screen.

Thank you for posting!

Pricks like this Santelli and the rest of them just don’t get it. They are still trying to blame this whole thing on a few people missing their mortgage payments. I think the bailout money should go directly to people who make less than $250,000 and lost money in their retirement accounts or other investments. Take care of the rich assholes who caused this if there is anything left over. But once again, they will be clever enough so as not to miss a yacht payment. Once again we have to rely on TDS to bring this sort of story to light. One of their finest moments.

That was one of the most brilliant takedowns of a media outlet EVER.

WOW. I'm in awe.

I'd like to see all of them in jail - and forced to watch this excellent clip over and over and over...

The Allen Stanford interview was in May 13, 2008, which was long before it became publicly known that he was running a Ponzi scheme. So why does he want to see the interviewer in jail?

why does he want to see the interviewer in jail?

I think that neither Jon's comment nor mine were meant to be literally interpreted. Fired would be an appropriate fate for the "interviewer" (which is indeed the appropriate label for the CNBC hack - his "interview" bore no resemblance to journalism).

I think what Jon is asking is..What is the bigger crime, steeling from thousands of people or misinforming millions to spur investment in a stock market that you know is held together with bubble gum and scotch tape.

I would say that a complete lack of journalistic integrity is perhaps not a legal indiscretion, yet is still clearly a crime against the American people in this instance.

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