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Saturday, September 23, 2006

Sheer idiocy

How about we have a new rule in politics: if a candidate invests in mutual funds, they are not responsible for the actions of the businesses that make up those mutual funds. First it was Amy Klobuchar and her oil profits, now it is Patty Wetterling and "shipping American jobs overseas." Of course, the hit piece from the NRCC ignores the fact that Michelle Bachman also has mutual funds. What wankers.

For Republicans, these morons sure don't know much about how mutual funds work, or why it can be advantageous to invest in mutual funds instead of individual stocks.


At 12:31 PM, September 28, 2006, Blogger dave said...

Why would you think they don't understand that the real financial implications are meaningless? This is about SMEAR, not truth! The GOP has been enabling the export of American jobs, and subsidizing the oil industry with the blood of our troops. Voters realize this. So they must do whatever they can to make DFL candidates look equally guilty. They're shooting for the "pox on both their houses" approach to elections.


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