Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Senator Carl Levin just announced that it appears the Goldman brokers have a strategy to stall at the hearings and are not answering questions in a timely fashion. This was made after the most confused questions you could imagine from Senator Collins.

If this was a strategy, Collins was in on it.

Levin reminds me of a carnival barker.


  1. Wenzel,

    I couldn't agree more. I am laughing hysterically. This is like watching the patients of a psycho-ward interrogating the doctors and yelling at them for being crazy. A trained psychologist could really have a field day with this display-- psychological projection, delusion, responsibility avoidance, masochism and psychological paternalism are all being demonstrated by the Congresscreeps while a bewildered group of GS employees must sit and suffer through it as prisoners of context. Should they point out the insanity, they'll be "out of order" and only scolded more loudly as having shown "proof" of their unwillingness to cooperate.

    What's truly comical is that when Ben Bernanke, Tim Geithner or other esteemed members of the government are up on the stage and actually engage in evasion, they are thanked gratuitously for their time, wisdom and service to the country.

  2. This is insane. These senators are too stupid to investigate anything.