Friday, December 18, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--Entertainer Lo Wung, 42, taught the group of monkeys some basic taekwondo moves to entertain shopping centre crowds.

But when Wung took a tumble one of his pack turned and decked him with a kung-fu kick to the head.
The turncoat gang then swarmed all over their master — with one even grabbing his stick and cracking him over the head with it.

Hu Luang, 32, who snapped  pictures of the big brawl in Nshi, in eastern China's Hubei province, said: "I saw one punch him in the eye - he grabbed another by the ear and it responded by grabbing his nose.

"They were leaping and jumping all over the place - it was better than a Bruce Lee film."
Wung only managed to get the monkeys under control by tangling them up in the rope that had been used to stop them running off.

Mr Luang said: "He was really furious, he made the monkeys kneel on the ground with their hands tied behind their backs to punish them and make them show remorse for their nasty attack."

Angry American TKD Monkeys are training for a rematch.



BANZAI7 NEWS--A group claiming to be the Iranian Cyber Twit Army managed to redirect Twitter users to its own site displaying a political message.  In two Parts.

Thursday, December 17, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--The notion that President Obama should appoint a special commission on ways to reduce the yawning budget deficit is getting a big-name boost: Alan Greenspan.  Greenspan said in prepared testimony the threat to U.S. fiscal stability is larger than ever, mostly because of rising medical costs.

WB7 Says: The threat to U.S. fiscal stability is larger than ever, mostly because of Alan Greenspan.

(Grandma/Osama Got Run Over by a Reindeer)

Chorus: Greenspan got run over by a bailout reindeer
Walking home from a CITI ATM Christmas eve
You can say there's no such thing as negative Alpha
As for the Wall Street banks and hedge funds they believe

He'd been drinking too much free market egg nog
So its best he had to go
But he wrote a book full of financial flim flam
Defiant as he was, he said financial WMDs, "Hell, no!"
When we found him Christmas morning
At the scene of the attack
There was a note stuck to his forehead
It said, "Give us all our bail out dollars back!"
(repeat chorus)
Now we're all so proud of Bush and Paulsen
They've been taking this so well
See them in the Oval office
Knowing that global markets are all shot to Hell
It's not Christmas without Greenspan
No free toasters and synthetic asset backeds
And we just can't help but wonder
Can we go bomb Osama Bin Laden with CDSs in a sneak attack?
(repeat chorus)
Now a Detroit bailout's on the table
See Rick Wagoneer dance a jig (Ah!)
And the silver and blue Humvees
That would have matched the hairs in Greenspan's wig
You should warn all your friends and neighbors
Better watch out for yourselves!
They should not be marketing SUVs and mortgage backed securiities
Made of stuff you can't even insure at AIG!
(repeat chorus)


See them all on  Plancksconstant.


BANZAI7 NEWS--Militants in Iraq have used $26 off-the-shelf software to intercept live video feeds from U.S. Predator drones, potentially providing them with information they need to evade or monitor U.S. military operations.  TALIBAN TV is also using the uplink for broadcasting purposes.

Senior defense and intelligence officials said Iranian-backed insurgents intercepted the video feeds by taking advantage of an unprotected communications link in some of the remotely flown planes' systems. Shiite fighters in Iraq used software programs such as SkyGrabber -- available for as little as $25.95 on the Internet -- to regularly capture drone cable TV video feeds of Beverly Hillbillies reruns, according to a person familiar with reports on the matter.

WB7: Unprotected communications link?  What's the price tag on these things?

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--Less than a year after Inauguration Day, support for the Democratic Party continues to slump, amid a difficult economy and a wave of public discontent, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

The findings underscored how dramatically the political landscape has changed during the Obama administration's first year. In January, despite the recession and financial crisis, voters expressed optimism about the future, the new president enjoyed soaring approval ratings, and congressional leaders promised to swiftly pass his ambitious agenda.

In December's survey, for the first time, less than half of Americans approved of the job President Barack Obama was doing, marking a steeper first-year fall for this president than his recent predecessors.

WB7: This is not good.


BANZAI7 NEWS--The International Brotherhood of Teamsters blamed Goldman Sachs Group Inc. of underwriting derivatives trades that would benefit from the bankruptcy of YRC Worldwide Inc., the biggest U.S. trucker by sales.

“The relatively small benefit Goldman would derive for itself in fees or for clients from such a position is unconscionable given the fact that the 50,000 livelihoods could be ruined by a bankruptcy filing." Teamsters President James Hoffa (yes james Hoffa) wrote in a letter dated today to Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfart.

"Those filthy scum sucking bailout bankstas need to be cement shoed.”


BANZAI7 NEWS--Nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population -- or almost 60 million people -- went without health insurance at some point since January 2008, according to government estimates released Wednesday.

Asked to comment,  Joe Lieberman said: "Thats not so bad. I'm a big swinging dick aren't I?"

You sure are.


BANZAI7 NEWS--The Treasury Department will delay plans to start selling the government's stake in Citigroup after the company's share price fell sharply Wednesday, according to a source familiar with the situation.

Treasury had expected to record a substantial profit on the sale, but it now appears that the government instead would take a loss, said the source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity.

Citigroup priced 5.4 billion common shares at $3.15 each on Wednesday afternoon, below the $3.25 price at which the Treasury converted its preferred shares to common equity earlier this year for a 34 percent stake in the banking giant.

Gee wiz Timmy, whats your trade? Bye bye Pandit.

Did it work?


Lets go men!

BANZAI7 NEWS--Worried about what will replace the health care fiasco as next year's Senate sponsored cluster fuck?

"The American Bankers Association issued a "Call to Action" on Wednesday, urging its lobbyists and member banks to make an all-out effort to crush regulatory reform in Senate. As part of that campaign, it lashed out at its community-bank rival, charging it with being too soft on bank reform efforts.
In an unusually frank memo from ABA Chairman Art Johnson, the lobby group congratulates bankers for sending some 300,000 letters to Congress opposing reform, crediting the effort with killing several significant provisions."

Gentleman, start your wallets...


BANZAI7 EXCLUSIVE--President Obama wrote a personal letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Il ("Dear Liberace") that a U.S. envoy delivered, a senior U.S. official said Wednesday.

The official declined to be identified because of the sensitivity of the issue.

A copy of the secret letter has been obtained from confidential Banzai7 sources:

Dear "Dear Liberace":

I recognise you are So Ronery
So ronery
So ronery
So ronery and sadry arone

There`s no one
Just you onry
Sitting on your rittle throne
You work very hard and make up great prans
But nobody ristens, no one understands
Seems that no one takes you serirousry

And so ronery
A little ronery
Poor rittre you

There`s nobody
You can rerate to
Feer rike a bird in a cage
It`s kinda sihry
But not rearry
Because it`s fihring your body with rage

  You work rearry hard to stay nice and fit
But none of the women seem to give a shit
When you rure the world maybe they`rr notice you
But untir then y`rr just be ronery
Rittre ronery, poor rittre you
  So ronery
  So ronery

I understand your roneryness,
Please accept this humbr gift

Merry Christmas from  Barack Obama


BANZAI7--New York's famously senior senator, Chuck Schumer, got busted Wednesday for calling a female flight attendant the B-word aboard a US Airways flight from New York to Washington on Sunday.

The attendant hearing Schumer responded, "who you calling bitch, you skanky Wall Street ho."


BANZAI7 NEWS--Tuesday night, the former governor of Alaska wrote on her Facebook Page:

"Why is Gov. Schwarzenegger pushing for the same sorts of policies in Copenhagen that have helped drive his state into record deficits and unemployment? Perhaps he will recall that I live in our nation's only Arctic state and that I was among the first governors to create a sub-cabinet to deal specifically with climate change."

Gov. Schwarzenegger responded: "To bad she quit her job before the voters could "terminate her".   I doubt 'she'll  be back'.  Don't you love quitters?"

WB7: Moron, arctic state, governor, quitter...who could that be?


BANZAI7 NEWS--Tiger Woods' business partners in Dubai on Wednesday wouldn't comment on the golfer's personal woes, but say despite the emirate's cash problems they are still pushing ahead with plans to build a course he laid out.

"The Tiger Woods Dubai DD... can confirm that it remains committed to the completion of its centerpiece al-Runawaya golf course," the Dubai state-linked developer said in response to questions Wednesday. "Progress continues on the first golf course designed by Tiger Woods Design."


President Barack Obama pressed Senate Democrats to close ranks quickly behind a deal that has disappointed some liberals, saying Tuesday lawmakers are "on the precipice of an achievement that has eluded Congresses and presidents for generations."

AP WASHINGTON — Former Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean argued Wednesday that the health care overhaul bill taking shape in the Senate further empowers private insurers at the expense of consumer choice.
"You will be forced to buy insurance. If you don't, you'll pay a fine," said Dean, a physician. "It's an insurance company bailout." Interviewed on ABC's "Good Morning America," he said the bill has some good provisions, "but there has to be a line beyond which you think the bill is bad for the country."
"This is an insurance company's dream," the former Democratic presidential candidate said. "This is the Washington scramble, and it's a shame."
Dean asserted that the Senate's health care bill would not prohibit insurance companies from denying coverage for preexisting conditions and he also said it would allow the industry to charge older people far more than others for premiums.
Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-N.Y., a prominent House liberal, protested the absence of any government-run insurance option in the Senate bill.
"We can't let the perfect be enemy of the good," Weiner said on CBS' "Early Show," "but we are reaching a tipping point."
When House and Senate negotiators go to conference to work out a compromise bill, Weiner said, "We should move away from some of the things the Senate has done and move back to where the House is. You need to contain cost. You do that with a public option."

WB7:  What is this guy Obama smoking?


Ben "Money Printer" Bernanke
an American

Tuesday, December 15, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--The Senate has narrowly rejected a plan to allow Americans to import low-cost prescription drugs from Canada and other countries.

The amendment by North Dakota Democrat Byron Dorgan failed on a 51-48 vote. Sixty votes were needed to prevail.

Importing prescription drugs for personal use is a violation of federal law. Dorgan's amendment would have lifted the ban, allowing access to low-cost medicines from developed countries where the government limits drug prices.

As a senator, President Obama supported drug imports, but his administration now echoes the objections of the pharmaceutical industry that it would cause safety problems.

This, said Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), "contributes to the enormous cynicism on the part of the American people about the way we do business here." To Dorgan, he pledged: "I will be by his side as we go back and back and back again on this issue until justice and fairness is done and we defeat the special interests of the pharmaceutical industry which have taken over the White House and will take over this vote."

Dorgan, on the verge of losing another reimportation battle, raised his voice as he pleaded with colleagues. "The pharmaceutical industry has a lot of clout. I know that," he said. "I hope the American people have the ability to expect some clout on their behalf in the chamber of the United States Senate."

WB7: "Safety problems" for drug industry revenues and campaign contributions. Are you getting sick of Obamarama yet?

Price Comparison Study

Q: A drug manufacturer like Eli Lily or Pfizer manufactures and sells a drug in Canada, Australia, Britain, New Zealand and Japan. Why is it unsafe for Americans to purchase that drug abroad for personal use.

A: Because the United States Senate, the Republican party and the pharmaceutical industry say so.

Forget about bankers and AIG employees. Do you know anyone who works for a pharmaceutical company?


BANZAI7 NEWS--Chief executives of the largest U.S. banks acknowledged Monday the "disconnect" between their expressed support for re-regulating financial markets and the work of their lobbyists to weaken any new rules.

The executives pledged during a White House meeting with President Barack Obama that they would personally intervene on behalf of the legislation.

The bankers also agreed that it is a good idea to bring back the Glass Steagall Act, provided their institutions are grandfathered from the legislation.


BANZAI7 NEWS--President Barack Obama met privately with Senate Democrats on Tuesday and then declared they were "on the precipice" of enacting health care legislation that has eluded administrations and lawmakers for decades.



BANZAI7 NEWS--President Obama proposed a new program dubbed “cash for cauk-tell waitresses”. The program's spokesman will be Tiger Woods.


BANZAI7 NEWS--U.S. President Barack Obama, who won political support and has sought advice from investment guru Warren Buffett, may now feel even closer to the world's second richest man.

According to their family trees, the two men who at times shared the stage together during the 2008 presidential campaign are seventh cousins three times removed.

Genealogists at announced on Tuesday that Obama and Buffett are related through a swashbuckling 17th century French pirate named Olivier Levasseur, nicknamed La Buse or La Bouche (The Buzzard) in his early days.

Legend tells that when he stood on the hangman's scaffold he had a necklace around his neck, containing a cryptogram of 17 lines, and threw this in the crowd while exclaiming: "Find my treasure, ye who may understand it!" What became of this necklace is unknown to this day. Many treasure hunters have since searched for his fabulous treasure.


TPM Muckraker--Obama administration officials were not pleased when word leaked out earlier today that the White House was leaning on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to cut a deal with Joe Lieberman on a public option alternative--and they gave their counterparts on the other end of Pennsylvania Ave. an earful about it. But in the end, sources are unanimous: The White House wants Reid to hand Joe Lieberman the farm.

An aide briefed on discussions with the White House says that there would be no story if Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel hadn't interceded. The aide confirmed an account, reported by Huffington Post, that Emanuel visited Reid personally, telling him to cut a deal with Lieberman.
Then the aide provided more detail.

Emanuel didn't just leave it to Reid to find a solution. Emanuel specifically suggested Reid give Lieberman the concessions he seeks on issues like the Medicare buy-in and triggers.

WB7: Obama's Big Sellout (Part II). First Wall Street, now the insurance industry.


"That's right Mr. President. I am deeply disappointed I could not attend your "Fat Cat" banker reaming session in person. But I have asked my assistant Con-nie to fax you some of my ideas on how we can help with the jobless recovery."

NYT DEALBOOK--"President Obama didn’t exactly look thrilled as he stared at the Polycom speakerphone in front of him. “Well, I appreciate you guys calling in,” he began the meeting at the White House with Wall Street’s top brass on Monday.

He was, of course, referring to the three conspicuously absent attendees who were being piped in by telephone: Lloyd C. Blankfein, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs; John J. Mack, chairman of Morgan Stanley; and Richard D. Parsons, chairman of Citigroup.

Their excuse? “Inclement weather,” according to the White House. More precisely, fog delayed flights into Reagan National Airport. (In the “no good deed goes unpunished” category, the absent bankers were at least self-aware enough to try to fly commercial.)

That awkward moment on speakerphone in the White House, for better or worse, spoke volumes about how the balance of power between Wall Street and Washington has shifted again, back in Wall Street’s favor."

Monday, December 14, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--NASA on Monday successfully launched a space telescope designed to create a highly detailed map of the heavens and spot comets, asteroids and 2Big2Fail financial institutions that could pose a threat to life on Earth.


BANZAI7 NEWS--Meet this years must have gift for nitwits. Her name is Sally Strongarm and she claims to be Tiger's 12th.


FAKE STEVE JOBS--"While I’m ranting, let me ask you something, Randall. At the risk of sounding like Glenn Beck Jr. — what the fuck has gone wrong with our country? Used to be, we were innovators. We were leaders. We were builders. We were engineers. We were the best and brightest. We were the kind of guys who, if they were running the biggest mobile network in the U.S., would say it’s not enough to be the biggest, we also want to be the best, and once they got to be the best, they’d say, How can we get even better? What can we do to be the best in the whole fucking world? What can we do that would blow people’s fucking minds? They wouldn’t have sat around wondering about ways to fuck over people who loved their product. But then something happened. Guys like you took over the phone company and all you cared about was milking profit and paying off assholes in Congress to fuck over anyone who came along with a better idea, because even though it might be great for consumers it would mean you and your lazy pals would have to get off your asses and start working again in order to keep up.

And not just you. Look at Big Three automakers. Same deal. Lazy, fat, slow, stupid, from the top to the bottom — everyone focused on just getting what they can in the short run and who cares what kind of piece of shit product we’re putting out. Then somehow along the way the evil motherfuckers on Wall Street got involved and became everyone’s enabler, devoting all their energy and brainpower to breaking things up and parceling them out and selling them off in pieces and then putting them back together again, and it was all about taking all this great shit that our predecessors had built and “unlocking value” which really meant finding ways to leech out whatever bit of money they could get in the short run and let the future be damned. It was all just one big swindle, and the only kind of engineering that matters anymore is financial engineering."


BANZAI7 NEWS--Prime Minister George Papandreou, treading a tightrope between public opinion and impatient investors, announced spending cuts and a 90 percent tax on private bankers' bonuses in an effort to rein in Greece's debt. Greece's 300 investment bankers are furious and are planning a protest dinner tonight.

The move is expected to impact Sparta's position as a leading global financial center.

22 Million Bush Emails Recovered

BANZAI7 NEWS--Computer technicians have recovered about 22 million Bush administration e-mails that the White House had said were missing, two watchdog groups that sued over the documents announced Monday.

The e-mails date from 2003 to 2005, and had been "mislabeled and effectively lost." Technicians recovered the emails from George W. Bush's laptop computer which was recently found hidden in a secret compartment in the oval office.

The controversy dates back to the Bush administration's 2006 firing of the top federal prosecutors in nine cities. Dick Cheney commented "This is not good."


BANZAI7 NEWS--Here is an idea for Obama to pursue at today's White House sponsored TARP celebration. Why not tell the banks to lend their bonus pools to a fellow welfare queen that can really use a mega loan.

AIG needs the money to get out from under its salary caps. Preeeeeeettty please!


"By any measure of financial strength, Shiti is among the strongest banks in the industry," Shitigroup CEO Vikram Pandit said today in a statement announcing the bank had reached a deal with the Treasury to pay back the $45 billion it was given by the government under the Troubled Asset Relief Program.

The Times looks at Shitty's plan to sell off $17 billion of stock as early as this week and issue up to $7.2 billion by the first quarter of next year, and sounds a skeptical note:
The moves will result in a pre-tax loss of $10.1 billion that will likely be taken in the fourth quarter from accounting charges taken on the value of the repaid preferred shares and the cancellation of the insurance plan. The new stock offering, meanwhile, will severely dilute erode the value of existing Shitigroup shares. Once the repayment deal is completed, it will still take several more years to clean up the financial carnage. Shitigroup has not posted a substantial profit in seven quarters, and the bank is expected to muddle through most of 2010 amid another wave of mortgage and credit card losses.
Sounds like a tremendous buy!

Endorsed By Shitty Bank CEO Vikram Pandit


BANZAI7 NEWS--On Monday, President ObamPusscat is to meet with the Fat Cat chiefs of the nation’s biggest banks at a festive pre-holiday luncheon to congratulate them all on repaying their TARP bailout loans just in time for the Christmas bonus season kick off.

ObamPusscat will also beseech them to help speed the economic recovery by providing more loans,  sardines, mortgage modifications and tuna fish to small businesses and homeowners.

"Oh pretty please with a cherry on top!"

ObamPusscat will be flanked by members of his crack economic team including Tim "The Iron Negotiator" Geithner

and members of the Committee to Save the World of Wall Street.

In the afternoon, Obama will welcome President Michel Suleiman of Lebanon to the White House whom he hopes will share pointers on the Lebanese economic miracle.

Update: Lloyd Blankfein, John Mack and Dick Parsons will not be attending the celebration due to inclement weather. Preeeeeetty please!!!!


NYT--In case you haven’t noticed, the U.S. economy today is actually being hit by two tsunamis at once: The Great Recession and the Great Inflection.
The Great Inflection is the mass diffusion of low-cost, high-powered innovation technologies — from hand-held computers to Web sites that offer any imaginable service — plus cheap connectivity. They are transforming how business is done. The Great Recession you know.

WB7: What exactly is the Great Inflection? It is yet another tired Thomas Friedmanism to explain why and how the American Dream has rapidly become a great big dinosaur ready for extinction. Here is how the Great Inflection works:

Take all words ending with "tion" and tie them into a tongue twisting explanation of America's great demise. Try it, its not as hard as you think.

abdication, aberration, abrogation, acclimation, accusation, activation, adaptation, admiration, adoration, adulation, advocation, affectation, affirmation, affrication, aggravation, agitation, allegation, allocation, alteration, altercation, amputation, animation, annexation, annotation, appalachian, appellation, application, approbation, arbitration, asian nation, aspiration, assocation, augmentation, automation, aviacion, aviation, avocation, backwardation, balkan nation, bifurcation, blood relation, calculation, calibration, cancellation, celebration, cogitation, coloration, combination, comfort station, commendation, compensation, compilation, complication, computation, concentration, condemnation, condensation, confirmation, confiscation, conflagration, confrontation, congregation, conjugation, connotation, consecration, conservation, consolation, constellation, consternation, constipation, consultation, consummation, contemplation, conversation, convocation, coronation, corporation, correlation, culmination, cultivation, d'aviation, declaration, decoration, dedication, defamation, deformation, degradation, dehydration, delegation, demarcation, demonstration, deportation, depravation, depredation, deprivation, derivation, desecration, desiccation, designation, desolation, desperation, destination, detonation, devastation, deviation, dilatation, disinflation, dislocation, dispensation, disputation, dissertation, dissipation, distillation, divination, domination, dressing station, duplication, education, elevation, elongation, emanation, embarkation, emigration, emulation, equitation, escalation, estimation, evocation, excavation, excitation, exclamation, exhalation, exhortation, exhumation, expectation, expiration, explanation, explication, exploitation, exploration, fabrication, fascination, federation, fermentation, fibrillation, figuration, filling station, fire station, fluctuation, fluoridation, foliation, formulation, fragmentation, fumigation, gastrulation, generation, gene mutation, germination, glaciation, graduation, granulation, gravitation, habitation, heat prostration, hesitation, hibernation, illustration, imitation, immigration, implantation, implication, importation, impregnation, imputation, incantation, incarnation, inclination, incrustation, incubation, indentation, indexation, indication, indignation, infestation, infiltration, inflammation, information, inhalation, innovation, inspiration, installation, instigation, insulation, integration, intimation, intonation, inundation, invitation, invocation, irrigation, irritation, isolation, jubilation, laceration, legislation, levitation, liberation, limitation, liquidation, litigation, loan translation, lookout station, lubrication, machination, malformation, masturbation, maturation, mediation, medication, meditation, menstruation, ministration, miscreation, miseration, mitigation, moderation, modulation, molestation, motivation, mutilation, navigation, nomination, nucleation, obfuscation, obligation, observation, occupation, operation, orchestration, ordination, oscillation, ostentation, ovulation, oxidation, pagination, paid vacation, pair creation, pair formation, palpitation, penetration, perforation, permutation, perspiration, perturbation, petrol station, pigmentation, point mutation, police station, pollination, polling station, population, power station, preparation, presentation, preservation, proclamation, procreation, profanation, propagation, protestation, provocation, publication, pumping station, punctuation, radiation, raft foundation, railroad station, railway station, realization, recantation, recitation, reclamation, recreation, reformation, refutation, registration, regulation, rehydration, relaxation, relocation, remote station, renovation, reparation, replication, reputation, reservation, resignation, respiration, restoration, retardation, revelation, revocation, rumination, sampling station, sanitation, saturation, segmentation, segregation, separation, sequestration, service station, simulation, situation, skin sensation, social station, speculation, stimulation, stipulation, strangulation, subluxation, subway station, suffocation, superstation, syndication, tabulation, taste sensation, termination, titillation, toleration, touch sensation, transformation, transplantation, transportation, trepidation, tribulation, tv station, unimation, univation, usurpation, vaccination, vacillation, validation, valuation, variation, vegetation, ventilation, vindication, violation, visitation, weather station


BANZAI7 NEWS--Mortgage rates in the United States have dropped to their lowest levels since the 1940s, thanks to a trillion-dollar intervention by the federal government. Yet the banks that once handed out home loans freely are imposing such stringent requirements that many homeowners who might want to refinance are effectively locked out.

A young banker decided to get his first tailor made suit. So he went to the finest tailor in town and got measured for a suit. A week later he went in for his first fitting. He put on the suit and he looked stunning, he felt that in this suit he can do business.

As he was preening himself in front of the mirror he reached down to put his hands in the pockets and to his surprise he noticed that there were no pockets. He mentioned this to the tailor who asked him, 'Didn't you tell me you were a banker?'

The young man answered, 'Yes, I did.'

To this the tailor said, 'Who ever heard of a banker with his hands in his own pockets?'

Sunday, December 13, 2009


BANZAI7 NEWS--In a surprise setback for Democratic leaders, Senator Joseph Lieberman, independent of Connecticut, said on Sunday that he would vote against the health care legislation in its current form.

WB7: If you know anyone in the great State of Connecticut who is suffering without a job or health coverage, remind that person of the two assholes representing Connect-n-Cut-Through-I 95
in the United States Senate.