Checks Cashed T shirt from Headline:


Category: Bailouts, Politics

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13 Responses to “Checks Cashed Here”

  1. call me ahab says:

    wow- i like it-

    bada- bing!

  2. mathman says:

    Pretty much sums up Washington, D.C. (district of cretins) . . .

  3. TripleB says:

    “Pay Day Loans” would work nicely as well.

  4. alfred e says:

    Tres cool. The best DC strip clubs were always within walking distance of the Capitol.

    And K street is always where you’re guaranteed to find the prostitutes. During the day it’s the lobbyists. At night it’s the hookers. Right on the street. Just drive by flash some money and you’re in. Day or night.

    Personally, I think the hookers are nicer people than the lobbyists. And more honest.

  5. TakBak04 says:

    OMG….I have PAYCHX….as a stock pick according to the “Motley Fool.”

    Don’t tell me this isn’t a JOKE….Is it?

  6. royrogers says:

    “alfred e Says:
    October 15th, 2009 at 7:40 pm
    Personally, I think the hookers are nicer people than the lobbyists. And more honest.”

    Yes, in terms of honesty, among the top. More dishonesty in the dating scene or marriage.

  7. Lee says:

    Do you find it particularly necessary to degrade women — or is that
    just one of the ways in which you display your superior intelligence?


    BR: The photo is an unflattering depiction of Congress (Parliment of Whores)
    It is not meant to “degrade women” but rather is a criticism of bought and paid for legislative branch

    You should be aware that I find all political correctness ridiculous
    I suggest you avoid the Big Picture in the future– you wont be able to handle some of the stuff I post

  8. Harry Wagner says:

    Lee: FYI – The indicies will lead the way and women have cooties.

  9. Rikky says:

    >>OMG….I have PAYCHX….as a stock pick according to the “Motley Fool.”

    i can’t speak to Paychex, but the big elephant in their space ADP is paying a 3.3% dividend and has a fairly tight ranged share price due to consistent future guidance estimates versus actual. They’ve baked into their revenue forecasts a 10.5% average unemployment rate for current fiscal (7/09-6/10). Not a bad place to camp out while waiting for the game to play out.

  10. dussasr says:

    That’s a great T-shirt! Says it all…

  11. Lugnut says:

    That is sweeet. Want.

  12. flipspiceland says:

    Tee-shirt, hell, that should be put up on all those new brilliantly lit 50-100 foot Digital Outdoor Advertising signs going up on highways all over the country.

  13. I’m thinking that the sign should read: “Checks Crashed” –as in “Checks and Balances”

    the ornament, atop, could stay, it has to be the one of the most popular currencies in WDC, anyway..

    along this line, at the minimum: “…Yet, while Dr. Relyea opines that Congress and the judiciary, as well as public opinion, “can restrain the executive regarding emergency powers,” nothing of the sort has occurred.

    Under the 1976 National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601-1651), Congress is required to review presidentially declared emergencies. Specifically, “not later than six months after a national emergency is declared, and not later than the end of each six-month period thereafter that such emergency continues, each House of Congress shall meet to consider a vote on a joint resolution to determine whether that emergency shall be terminated.” Over the past eight years, Congress has failed to obey its own law, a fact that casts doubt on the legality of the state of emergency.

    As far as public opinion is concerned, how many Americans are even aware that a state of emergency even exists. For that matter, how many members of Congress know?…”

    btw, if these guyz wanted to sell more shirts, they might want to try to find some different Models..