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Superman's product of the century (so far):
This just in:
Geithner likes it.
Markets? Not so much...
H/T Chris Stamper.
Michelle Malkin posted this video a couple of weeks ago.
Other than conservative blogs and Fox News, there continues to be no media exposure.
Still just can't quite digest this.
Can we draw any other conclusion than this blatantly corrupt politician (Charlie Rangel is a Congressman!) is so arrogant that he doesn't care who knows that he has shady business deals and is a tax cheat? Is he so assured that his constituency won't hold him accountable? Could the media be more complicit in political corruption?
Is Charlie Rangel a bellwether for this banana republic we now live in?