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The Vent: Sept. 19

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Posted: Friday, September 19, 2008 11:07 pm | Updated: 8:57 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

"I'm not going to panic about the financial news. Heck, my monies have been absorbed by big costly meds, costly food, just plain costly living."

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"I'm not going to panic about the financial news. Heck, my monies have been absorbed by big costly meds, costly food, just plain costly living."

Have more to say? Send in your vent

"I feel so much richer today. Yesterday, all I owned was Bear Stearns, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Now, I own a portion of AIG. What tomorrow?"

"Those greedy investment bankers mentioned in (Wednesday's) venter who have laughed themselves out of their jobs are laughing all the way to their private islands in the Bahamas, with their nine-figure severance packages."

"The critical financial situation we are in will soon be over, because President Bush plans to fly over Wall Street. If that don't do it, he also will do a photo op."

"Hmm, so John McCain now says that Wall Street is 'greedy and corrupt.' Well, he oughta know - he's supported almost every one of Bush's ill-conceived policies since the dimwit took power, and both have supported the Republican corporate-welfare coddling of these huge, corrupt corporations for decades."

"I'm a registered independent voter. I am voting for John McCain. Our economy is fundamentally sound. Our economy is fundamentally sound. Our economy is fundamentally sound."

"John McCain is right. The fundamentals of this economy are sound because the fundamental of this economy is capitalism. Obama and Biden and the rest of the liberals who are trying to say that the fundamentals are not sound, just remember, they are trying to lead you into socialism."

"Isn't it good to know that all of those happy stockholders in Florida, Colorado and Ohio will eventually elect the next president for you? Who needs your vote?"

"Think about it. The country was doing pretty good until the Democrats took over Congress."

"Until we vote out those hoods in Washington, I'm keeping my money in a 3-pound coffee can under the mobile (home)."

"When Charlie Gibson asks Sarah Palin about the Bush doctrine, she hesitated because she didn't know which of the four doctrines he was implying."

"I'd like to know how Dan Saban thinks he can put more deputies on the street (Tribune, Wednesday) when the county is telling us right now we can't afford the ones we have."

"Since when does the application of red, white and blue printer's ink upon a rectangle of plastic film glued on one edge to a small dowel rod make an American flag? They were likely made in China and meant to be disposed of after use."

"I'm leaving Arizona soon, so I've got one last chance to vote against John McCain. Hoopty, hoopty, hoopty!"

"If it were possible to take all the wealth in the world and redistributed evenly to all the people on Jan. 1, by the time Jan. 2 came, there would be people with 10 times what they started with and just as many people would have lost their money and would be looking for a handout."

"To the venter who doesn't like children losing class time to pep rallies (Vent, Tuesday), we tried sending home requests for donations. And we got about $600 out of it. So we did a candy sale, and made $40,000."

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