posted on Mar, 13 2009 @ 10:27 AM
I'm still trying to find the interview online I missed it last night and this morning. I'll hold off most of my comments till I've seen it. Cramer
and Kudlow are the two CNBS personalities that IMHO deserve the most grief for their views since this market meltdown started. I admire John Stewart
for holding Cramer to account particularly because Cramer is a Democrat like Stewart, and can't wait to see it.
I wish Stewart had went farther in going after CNBC's Rick Santelli (notice I don't use the derogatory CNBS when referring to Santelli), enough to
give Rick more exposure rather than the butt-hat Cramer. Santelli was quite vilified by left-wing press and even the White House after his little rant
a few weeks ago, and I could tell people like Stewart had only seen maybe that one rant out of him. Santelli has consistently been against all
bailouts: AIG, Banks, Autos, and individuals. His understanding of the bond/credit complex have left him as one of the few reasons to continue
watching CNBC. The other people I like on CNBC are Jeff Macke, Dylan Ratigan, and Mark Faber. The rest are more often than not just cheerleaders. I do
hope Fox Business or even Bloomberg pick Santelli up if CNBC lets him go.
Anyway in times like these clowns like Cramer are easy targets. If you listened to him or even most likely your investment advisor and stayed invested
through all this you deserved to lose that money.