Chris Dodd introduces financial reform legislation, and Jon pretends he has the same rights as a corporation.

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6 Responses to “TDS: In Dodd We Trust”

  1. [...] you haven’t seen it (posted early this morning in the Think Tank) its must [...]

  2. catman says:

    Damn I have to do my taxes tomorrow. I am so not incorporated. Where did I go wrong?

  3. alfred e says:

    This is one of those all time great classics. Pure genius writing. Nailed. Dead on. Clean, clear, crisp satire. Voltaire would be proud.

    How can anyone that views this have anything but a crystal clear view of what’s going on.

    And, such a proof “our” Congress and Prez are bought and paid for.

    Perhaps it’s time for an American version of the Roman movie Gladiator.

  4. [...] The Daily Show on Dodd's finance reform bill.  (TBP) [...]

  5. [...] Jon Stewart’s “JONCO” explains financial fraud for you. I don’t like Stewart’s title “In Dodd We Trust.” I wouldn’t trust Chris Dodd with anything. Stewart picks up steam halfway through, when he explains how to incorporate “JONCO,” get a 0% loan from the government on a $900 junk car for collateral, and pay himself a million dollars in salary. If Jon Stewart knows how to game the system and rip off poor taxpayers, you know it’s just that easy. Sphere: Related Content Share on: Facebook | digg_url = ''; digg_title = 'Scandal at the Fed (”Ben slapped for secrets”)'; digg_skin = 'compact'; | Reddit Category: Ben Bernanke, Federal Reserve, FHA, Jon Stewart, Stephen Friedman [...]

  6. [...] If you haven’t seen it, its must viewing. [...]