Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Wall Street and the War Mongering Monkey

Hat tip to Wagga for this one.
If the linky (F Blogger) doesn't work for you try this: Keating on Wall Street

I thought this was bizarre too.

In Canada's 2008 seal slaughter news check out Daily Koi.


Ogg the Caveman said...


Anonymous said...

That first one was beautimous.

Mitchell said...

More real insults from former Australian prime minister Keating.

wagga said...

Sledging is an Oz tradition

Akubi said...

More real insults from former Australian prime minister Keating.

Some of my favorites:

"I suppose tha the Honourable Gentleman's hair, like his intellect, will recede into the darkness."

"I'm not going to be fairy flossed away as my opposite number, John Hewson, is prepared to be fairy flossed away by some spaced out, vacous ad agency."

" "Now listen mate," [to John Browne, Minister of Sport, who was proposing a 110 per cent tax deduction for contributions to a Sports Foundation] "you're not getting 110 per cent. You can forget it. This is a fucking Boulevard Hotel special, this is. The trouble is we are dealing with a sports junkie here [gesturing towards Bob Hawke]. I go out for a piss and they pull this one on me. Well that's the last time I leave you two alone. From now on, I'm sticking to you two like shit to a blanket."

"The little desiccated coconut is under pressure and he is attacking anything he can get his hands on"

Akubi said...

Deferred prosecutions have become a favorite tool of the Bush administration. But some legal experts now wonder if the policy shift has led companies, in particular financial institutions now under investigation for their roles in the subprime mortgage debacle, to test the limits of corporate anti-fraud laws.

In Justice Shift, Corporate Deals Replace Trials