Merriam-Webster's online dictionary finally redefines marriage. [Wonkette]
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
He's far more measured then when he was interrogating the SEC, but no less crazy. "You've got legislation coming down the pike that they're going to call 'I can't believe it's not waterboarding."
After Barney Frank requests for a list of names of those executives who have received bonuses from AIG, CEO Edward Liddy reads off a list of threats that have been made against their lives. He's just afraid of the Colbert-led, pitchfork-waving mob. Frank of course admits that if Congress gave in to any threat that is being made on their lives, nothing would ever get done.
Looking pissed off and disheveled on this morning's Early Show, Barney Frank blames the Federal Reserve for letting AIG get away with giving out bonuses. You do not want to interrupt this man.