Congressman Larson explains a few things

This is a video from Jan 29, 2009 . Yours truly had the distinct pleasure of getting to ask 1st District Congressman John Larson (D-Conn.) a couple of questions.

Basically he blames the Bush administration.  I was able to ask the exact same question today and he really didn’t answer the question. Nothing has changed since then. We still do not have full disclosure.


In this next video Congressman Larson explains how we are going to pay back all of the money that we are borrowing from the world. If someone can interpret this that would be wonderful.


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Erik Blazynski


  1. Bill on April 7, 2009 at 2:01 am

    Is there a connection between length of "service" and sliminess achieved?

  2. Dimsdale on April 7, 2009 at 7:29 am

    So they spend it, and we pay it back, and back and back.  Larson is really counting on a private sector he is busily overtaxing and nationalizing (if you parse every other word and use your imagination).

    Otherwise, that was the biggest load of horse squeeze I have seen since I got behind a manure truck!  He said absolutely nothing!   Was he trying to run out the clock?

    Yes, Bill, there is a direct relationship between length of "service" and sliminess.  Actually, it is a logarithmic scale, and the service is the same service the bull gives the cow.

  3. trumpet on April 8, 2009 at 6:02 am

    I went to this forum and I remember Erik asking these questions. Larson also kept saying "we don't have a magic bullett to fix this problem, but we have to do something". Well, why don't we do nothing and let the market fix itself, I think we might jut save a few Trillion dollars to boot! What a load of hot air this guy is.

  4. Linda Mae on April 10, 2009 at 6:14 pm

    Is Larson a member of the Progressive Democratic Party?  He certainly sounds like George Soros and Saul Alinsky.

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