But they won't be forced to admit any wrongdoing. Because freedom!
S&P Downgrade Creates Pressure On Super Committee To Cut, Cut, Cut Even More...Even Though We Know It Won't Work
This will be absolutely devastating. Even though we know these draconian cuts will not heal the economy but will actually make things worse (all you have to do is look at the results from similar measures in the UK and Europe), you have to wonder
If You Read The Actual S&P Report, They Blame Republicans For Refusing To Raise Taxes. Why Won't The Media Say That?
Thom Hartmann points out what you're not hearing in the media about the S&P downgrade: Have you seen, anywhere, in any media, or even heard reported or repeated on NPR, the following sentence? “We have changed our assumption on this because the
John Fund Carries Water For S&P's Fearmongering And Pretends Republicans Care About Job Creation In The US
Well, what do you know. As Karoli noted, Standard and Poor's decided to do their best to help push some austerity measures that Wall Street would love to see by scaring the crap out of everyone as she wrote about earlier here -- Standard & Poor's Is
Since no one in the media has a long enough memory to actually reach back for the truth, let's all go back over what contributed to the financial meltdown again, in simple, so-easy-a-CNN-reporter-can-understand-it terms. Bankers decided to sell