Friday, October 10, 2014

AIG Loan: It boils down to two words...

Hanging out at The Urban Politico today and watched this hilarious Daily Show analysis of the AIG lawsuit.  (Those two words are at the end of the video)



Yeah. I didn't know anything about it either. Stewart makes it so fun and easy to despise Wall Street.


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11 comments:

Grandmother (Mary) said...

Stewart side-splitting funny but that the court would accept AIG's suit is not funny. Would they have preferred to let the market reach its own conclusion for their company back in '08? Maybe we should have.

The Silver Fox said...

I hope the presiding judge saw that segment...

A Beer For The Shower said...

This was fantastic. Jon Stewart - telling it like it is, and making you laugh at the same time. And can I just say those old lady glasses with the chains are just amazing. I almost wish I had a pair.

California Girl said...

Mary, some people (Greenberg) are truly shameless jerks. And he cries all the way to the bank.

California Girl said...

Foxy, this suit should be thrown out as "frivolous".

California Girl said...

Beer Boys, nobody says or does it better...except, maybe, James Bond.

Shady_Grady said...

Thanks for stopping by, California Girl!

California Girl said...

Grady, I enjoy The Urban Politico!

Pat Tillett said...

That was classic! I LOVED your labels for this post. "Wall Street assholes."

The sad part is that these people control so much of this country, that they feel entitled to EVERYTHING...

California Girl said...

Pat, I looked up the word "assholes" in the dictionary & there was a picture of Wall Street next to it.

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