You can’t tell me that St. BBQ, the maverick of campaign finance reform, doesn’t know explicitly how to game the rules that he helped author.
You can’t tell me that Bernake’s academic focus of research on the Great Depression wasn’t a factor in his selection as leader of the Fed.
You can’t tell me that the decision to stop reporting M3 is not at all reflective of the need to inflate us out of our current financial dilemma.
You can’t tell me that no one could have foretold the current economic crisis while the debate regarding bankruptcy reform was going on in Congress in 2005.
You can’t tell me that Obama is the more elitist candidate when your candidate is Ivy League educated, the wife of an ex-President, and is worth over a $100 million dollars (and able to drop millions in loans on her campaign).
You can’t tell me that the Obama campaign has been all about race when every other Clinton press release is about how well she does with Latinos and white people.