The Four Retards of the Apocalypse: Charles Payne, Gary B. Smith, Tobin Smith, and Scott Bleier

Saturday, 27 September 2008

“Bulls & Bears,” 16 December 2006

Via J-Walk. Ancillary required reading: The Great Bailout Brouhaha—Free Market Economists Weigh in on Paulson’s Plan.

Retard round-up–

Charles Payne · wstreet.com, Gary B. Smith · Exemplar Capital, Tobin Smith · Changewave Research, and Scott Bleier · hybridinvestors.com. It was the derisive laughter—tinged with hysteria—at the only sane and ultimately correct voice that so reminded me of any given over the top, unbelievable meeting of villains in Atlas Shrugged.

Do you know what sounds like a good idea to me? Getting all your money and attention away from the institutes that hired those guys.

Take away point–

No, we’re not using capital, we’re destroying it.

Peter Schiff · Euro Pacific Capital

Pat Dorsey, morningstar.com, gets honorary mention as the only one of the group who wasn’t too fucking stupid to safely make his own breakfast.

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slink

Re: The Four Retards of the Apocalypse: Charles Payne, Gary B. Smith, Tobin Smith, and Scott Bleier

By slink on 1 October 2008 · 08:54
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Ashley

Four square

Nice! I like that guy’s tone on other stuff too.

By Ashley on 1 October 2008 · 09:01
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