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Fox's Guilfoyle: "Our Nation's Crack Now Is Free Money, Other People's Money"

June 25, 2012 9:07 pm ET

From the June 25 edition of Fox News' The Five:

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    • Author by bailorgana (June 25, 2012 9:12 pm ET)
      And we know you Crack is botox.
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    • Author by wolf kotenberg (June 25, 2012 9:22 pm ET)
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      Flush has a resident pimple in his.
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    • Author by CAL (June 25, 2012 9:29 pm ET)
      Meanwhile in the reality based non-FOXPAC world, corporatist economic policy has created the greatest income disparity levels in our history. "Other people's money?" With corporate profits at all-time highs and wages at historic lows, it's rather easy to see who has gamed the system.
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      • Author by foghornleghorn (June 25, 2012 9:34 pm ET)
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        A Republican friend of mine recently complained to me about the large number of people getting "free food" through food stamps.

        I responded that most of those people would LOVE to not be on food stamps if they were paid a living wage.

        He disagreed. The hatred of the working poor is an epidemic.
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        • Author by danielsangeo (June 25, 2012 11:37 pm ET)
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          I actually saw a conversation (if you can call it that) with one of these jokers and someone on food stamps. The person on food stamps said that they do not want to be on food stamps and want to be paid a living wage and the joker said, "No, you don't."

          I'm still having trouble picking my jaw up from the floor.
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    • Author by canaanxing9025 (June 25, 2012 9:32 pm ET)
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      Did anybody else notice Ms. Guilfoyle's lips? She is beginning to look like the Joker in Batman.
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      • Author by CAL (June 25, 2012 11:52 pm ET)
        Personal preference I suppose, but I don't think "lip jobs" improve a woman's looks. Guilfoyle reminds me of a catfish wearing a wig and fake eyelashes. Throw in her ignorance and tendency for hate speech and it's all massively unappealing.
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    • Author by worrierking (June 25, 2012 9:34 pm ET)

      And the addicts are those who've increased their wealth exponentially over the last 30 years while the rest of us have stagnated at best. It was our money that went up the chain to the junkies.
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      • Author by Dem02020 (June 25, 2012 10:00 pm ET)

        Exactly is right, that's exactly what they do at JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, and Bank of America and others like them, they play with "Free Money, Other People's Money" and they get rich doing it...

        Of course they take whatever they can, off the top or as a percentage or even out the back door and into offshore account "OOPS we sure did buy a lot of bad paper this year and throw good money [not ours] after bad money, how did that happen and where did that good money go?"

        They don't bear the losses though, nope, because it's "Free Money, Other People's Money" and if the losses are just too great for the economy to bear, then what happens?


        Which is really and truly the JACKPOT of "Free Money, Other People's Money!"

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    • Author by Lique (June 25, 2012 9:42 pm ET)
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      Kim I think you can take the knee pads
      off now, you got the job.
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    • Author by marco21 (June 25, 2012 9:46 pm ET)
      Then Fox News must be the meth.
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    • Author by raddave43 (June 25, 2012 11:14 pm ET)
      Which is it wingnuts? Are ther more people on public assistance because the economy is bad? Or, is the economy bad because of all the people refusing to work?
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    • Author by mjh (June 26, 2012 4:52 am ET)
      Our nation's butt crack is now Fox . . .

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    • Author by Maimonides 03 (June 26, 2012 7:25 am ET)
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      Wow, welfare spending is up. What with the econmy the way it is, is this suppose to be a surprise? I'm sure if you look at any historical recession period you will find welfare spending is up.

      Many in America are trying to bring us back to the early 20th century. Where corporations and the rich ran everything. Capitalism is a good system for an economy, but it has no place in running a society. The economy serves the people, not the people serve the economy.

      I am sure people like Milton and Ayn are bracing themselves for a greedgasm.
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      • Author by papa bear3 (June 26, 2012 11:41 am ET)
        . . .this was pointed out on Bill Moyers last night, the welfare is up slightly but the food stamp usage is way up. It wasn't planned that way BUT. . .

        Personally, I turn my Food Stamps in to a guy in Brooklyn who gives me credits towards a hedge fund he is building. WE are all waiting for the next bubble we can ride into the 1% level

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        • Author by Maimonides 03 (June 26, 2012 11:46 am ET)
          You should leverage those food stamps, then roll that into an unsecured loan, then send it to your hedge wizard, I mean hedge fund manager, have him leverage it again and gamble on the deriavatives of failed banks in the Euro-Zone.

          Economics is Alchemy...very little of it is real.
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          • Author by papa bear3 (June 26, 2012 9:21 pm ET)
            . . .Hmmm, Food Stamp futures, but I think he is working a commodities angle where he exchanges food for untaxed Indian cigarettes on the street and then resells the cigarettes to Goldman Sacks employees
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    • Author by little poncho (June 26, 2012 9:09 am ET)
      can't stand her, thank god for the remote!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    • Author by F.U.Corporatocracy (June 26, 2012 9:43 am ET)
      If it wasn't for Faux news, she would probably be unemployed too. Then I'm sure she would refuse any handouts on principle and starve to death, like all responsible poor people should do. Like Ayn Rand said, "The poor deserve no love."
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    • Author by shaggles (June 26, 2012 11:05 am ET)
      Where is all this free money? I want to get in on that. Oh yeah. You already have to be rich to get the free money. You're an ass, Guilfoyle.
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    • Author by CoolSlaw (June 26, 2012 12:11 pm ET)
      Like investing other people's money and assets in risky schemes, and then getting a taxpayer bailout when they inevitably fail and crash our economy.
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    • Author by CatsRBigLuv (June 26, 2012 12:57 pm ET)
      What about other peoples copyrighted work?

      I mean, since the right is so much about sheltering uber rich CEOs from the most marginal tax increases, and since they worked so hard to assert that corporations are people, and money is speech (!?!?!?!), how would they handle the theft and plagiarization asserted by Patriot Depot and David Bugnon?

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    • Author by mcnairbo6573 (June 26, 2012 11:29 pm ET)
      She's right. Look at all these republican governors looting their states' bank accounts and giving it to their rich friends. Wealthy a-hole sports team owners squeezing the public to build them free stadiums. Bain capital stealing the retirement funds of 20 year employees and taking it for themselves. Etc, etc......
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