This is gonna leave a mark

“Having a former chairman of Goldman Sachs preside over disbursing hundreds of billions of dollars to Wall Street is a terrible concept and inevitably will lead to crony capitalism and the appearance of – if not the actual existence of – corruption,” says Gingrich in his statement. “The Bush Administration has now provided three case studies in arrogance, isolation, and destructiveness: Michael Brown during Hurricane Katrina, Ambassador Jerry Bremer in Baghdad, and Secretary Paulson at Treasury.”
“It is a tragic and very expensive legacy,” he continued. “No conservative and no Republican should doubt how much it has hurt our cause and our party.”

3 Responses to “Ouch.”

  1. Rob says:

    Gingrich has a lot of room to talk about the damage others have done to the party and the cause.

  2. Skyler says:

    Republicans electing socialists doesn’t work in the long run. Sure, it keeps the marxists out, but the result is furthering the aims of the marxists without any opposition.
    Oh, did I say marxist? I meant to say democrat.

  3. Skyler says:

    Oh, wait. Gingrich is now in favor of the bailout?
    Classic Gingrich. Lots of talk, no action. Principled words, with action conforming to some other standard.

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