posted on Apr, 6 2009 @ 02:13 PM
Neil Cavuto.... Wow. Lol, he got raged.
Neil focuses on this guy throwing out any arbitrary number. And assume the Congressman did throw out some arbitrary number... it's meaningless
unless it's part of the law.
Neil also says that Congress is entrusted with oversight, and that couldn't be further from the truth. The US Republic is a government by the
people, and WE are the oversight.
How many of you have even read this bill? How many of you that are insulting this Congressman, and your own intelligence, have even read this bill?
How do you expect that Neil or yourself are going to have a remotely intelligent conversation about a bill, having not even read it?!?
It's clear Neil Cavuto hasn't read it. If he had, he wouldn't need to act like a 4th grader, with the debating skills of one, and the temper
tantrums of one to boot. And if any of you haven't read it either, and are applauding Neil's actions, then you're in the same retarded group that
Neil Cavuto is in - and YOU are what is wrong with the country. Just expecting someone else to take care of oversight. Just expecting that your own
opinions for how a law should work are better than the whole of Congress (if the Yays should have it) without even reading the bill.
I've actually met lots of 4th graders that could have had a much better interview, and found out more REAL things about the bill to like or dislike.
Neil's interview tells us NOTHING about the actual bill... only that Neil has some kind of "outline" given to him on how to manipulate that
particular conversation, and when he's not getting the answer he needs to continue down that outline... bam - childish temper tantrum.
If he didn't have an outline, or someone in his ear, then his debating skills are even trumped by that of an average 4th grader. One might say
Thanks for reminding us why FOX News is still the worst outlet on the planet.
and it looks like at least one of you partially read the bill in it's current state. good job. work half done. now we need to mobilize to make a
difference and change the bill.
i don't know if any of you have been to washington dc to lobby, i have, and it's surprisingly easy to really make a REAL difference in a positive
way, and unfortunately negative way alike.
we need more people out there, who are informed... not just mindlessly chasing ideals and going in the wrong direction, and not just chasing
[edit on 6-4-2009 by TheUnCola]