While the Obamamedia focuses on the upcoming Ten Inaugural Galas, some journalists have not forgotten about Senator Chris Dodd’s promise to make public the documents relating to the favorable mortgage terms he received from Countrywide Financial’s “V.I.P.” program.
Dodd claims he had no idea that he might be getting V.I.P. treatment because he is the chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, the committee that writes legislation concerning organizations like Countrywide Financial. This is a guy who received more money than any other senator from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac between 1989 and 2008. Chew on that for a minute.
He made his promise of full disclosure six months ago, but to date has not produced anything, but that will not stop him from chairing the Banking Committee.
Let me pose a rather simple question to those of you who own a home. How long would it take you to assemble the documents relating to the purchase of your home? For my part, I bought my house more than three decades ago and the mortgage has long since been paid, but I figure it would take me all of about five minutes to gather up all my mortgage documents.
The arrogance of this prick is stupefying.
I’ve decided that the voters of Connecticut are just about as stupid as the voters of New Jersey, New York, Massachusetts, Illinois, Louisiana and, yes, Minnesota.
What in Christ’s name will it take for the voters of those states say, “Enough!”?