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2 Responses to “Dylan Ratigan – Regulating Wall Street and the Economy”

  1. The Lone Ranger says:

    Dylan,

    Keep up the excellent journalism.

    Our number one problem that must be fixed before we can fix anything else is to get the legal crooks out of office.
    If you change the law to steal from the people you are still a crook. Beware of character disorders in ties who are able to speak well.

    If you use public office to steal from the people in, or after you leave, public office, you should be prosecuted for treason.

    The Lone Ranger

  2. FrancoisT says:

    This piece was simply outstanding. Dylan summary was one of the best I’ve heard.

    Having Grayson just added to the pleasure; here’s a congressman who’s not afraid of virulently criticize his own colleagues for being exactly what he said they are: sold outs, whores with dark brown noses and hopelessly chapped lips.

    Among the generalized moral depravity, false equivalence doctrine and unlimited slothfulness of the American mainstream media, Dylan Ratigan shines as an example of what journalism ought to be.

    Criticize his style, his advocacy, his occasional intemperance and impatience as much as you wish, but the fact remains that this guy is one of the very few who calls a cat a cat and punch through the spin without mercy.

    Very refreshing!