Sunday, March 29, 2009

Maybe South Park should be allowed to run the Treasury Department.

Since most Economists and people on Wall Street don't have much faith in Tim Geithner's ability as Treasury Secretary, maybe Obama needs to "think outside of the box" in picking a more "competent" replacement. I believe these guys should be taken under major consideration by Obama. They seem to have a better grasp at decision making skills then Timothy Geithner. Once again this is only my recommendation.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Chilerkle said...

What a waste of perfectly good chicken. I doubt PETA would approve LOL! I'm no petard but even I thought was a cruel thing to do to a chicken. It's funny in a sick way because it reminds me of using a dowsing rod to find water.

5:04 PM  
Anonymous Danielle said...

I saw this too and I immediately thought to myself, "oh, okay, that's why were in this mess". LOL! South Park is so funny because it takes the unexplainable and explains it.
-Danielle
www.theyreallliars.com
A mostly political blog that isn't Republican or Democrat.

4:41 PM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

Chilerkle "What a waste of perfectly good chicken. I doubt PETA would approve LOL! I'm no petard but even I thought was a cruel thing to do to a chicken. It's funny in a sick way because it reminds me of using a dowsing rod to find water."

It's a good thing Peta wasn't watching that episode Chilerkle. I can only imagine what their response would have been. lol


Danielle "I saw this too and I immediately thought to myself, "oh, okay, that's why were in this mess". LOL! South Park is so funny because it takes the unexplainable and explains it."

If the chicken scenario was reenacted in real life Danielle, It wouldn't shock me at all if the chicken was still more accurate then Geithner.

8:16 PM  
Anonymous Danielle said...

"If the chicken scenario was reenacted in real life Danielle, It wouldn't shock me at all if the chicken was still more accurate then Geithner."

That is so true. I don't know where they got that guy. I saw Peter Orszag on The Daily Show last night and I think he was trying to confuse us into agreeing with his budget plan. He was saying how over the next 10 years our deficit would go from $1.3 trillion to between $15 trillion and $17 trillion, but that we were still going to cut the current deficit in half. I have to say, I went to college and I am usually pretty good with economics, but that I did not understand.
-Danielle
www.theyreallliars.com
A mostly political blog that isn't Republican or Democrat.

4:17 AM  

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