Mr. Sponge called this to Spot's attention: We're Good People Suing Good People. Here's the gist of it: Denny Hecker is in a bit of jam because his credit with Chrysler dried up. Here's the explanation:
If you will allow me to ramble, consider the cascade effect manifested here.
Corrupt (and Liberal) officials at ACORN, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae simultaneously crash the markets for Credit, Homes and Equities. Congress and the Unions slowly bleed the domestic automotive industry to death.
As a result, a local billionaire goes bankrupt, likely taking local jobs and investment with him.
Thank you liberals. Your evil plan is coming together. I can’t wait to see your solution. Lemme guess: it will involve more of the same. Higher taxes, bigger government, more regulation.
The backlash that will be the Conservative Revolution can’t come quick enough.
Spotty, who is that?
That, grasshopper, is the spittle-flecked JRoosh. And Spot will bet, boys and girls, that you probably didn't know that ACORN, Fannie and Freddie were in a criminal syndicate to ruin the country. He forgot to include the Community Reinvestment Act and the Tri-Lateral Commission, though. And never mind that JRoosh even says that Denny was probably over-leveraged.
Can't you imagine it? ACORN standing astride the gutted corpse, tearing out bloody chunks of the financial services industry and swallowing them greedily. A grisly spectacle indeed.
You have to realize, boys and girls, that JRoosh is a little testy these days. It's been a trying time for all the commission men who made their livings on all the financial foam created by the bright lights of Wall Street. People like JRoosh may have to go back to making things, which would be very hard for them.
So have a little sympathy, please.