Thursday, March 5, 2009

CNBC’s Rick Santelli is angry that those loser homeowners are going to get bailed out.

CNBC Gives Financial Advice

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Posted by debtfree @ 09:16 PM (1098 views)
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5 thoughts on “CNBC’s Rick Santelli is angry that those loser homeowners are going to get bailed out.

  • All this doom and gloom – best remedy is comedy.

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  • Brilliant post – well worth watching the video through to the end.

    Clearly the commentators and media “experts” are just as clueless as anyone else – regardless of whether they are TV presenters or newspaper columnists.

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  • The daily show completely misses Santelli’s point.

    Stewart was great at skewering the idiocy of Bush and the bankers.

    Now he’s great at skewering critics of the Obamamania.

    I’m not happy with that, but the final bit with Allen Stanford is brilliant.

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  • 2. drewster said… Clearly the commentators and media “experts” are just as clueless as anyone else – regardless of whether they are TV presenters or newspaper columnists.

    At least we’ve got 51ck.

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  • You know, I’ve recently felt that I’ve been mssing out on the news as it comes in through not having CNBC and Bloomberg.

    I can’t speak for Bloomberg but if CNBC is anything to go by I’m alot better off with HPC (even if we all disagree with one another here aswell).

    Well worth watching.

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