"It's either so or not so."
Obama accuses Mitch McConnell of making a "cynical and deceptive assertion."
Somewhere, Ken Lewis is saying "I told you so."
In the meantime, CEOs of said companies made squat.
"It felt like my face was just going to explode," says accused Ponzi-schemer Marcus Schrenker.
Proposal includes borrowing billions and the creation of a financial-review board.
Even so, rumors that he did sent stock of the paper upwards.
But is this all that it seems?
"If you weren't so beautiful, you wouldn't be here."
"It's not a good war, but they tell you to shoot. You shoot."
He exchanged it for a "less showy" Maserati, according to his dealer.
He's also got an idea for those fools in Washington.
Exiting the TARP program is costing them big.
And/or their own reputations?
$11.7 billion overall. But is that good enough for their dashing CEO?
Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain thinks the FCIC hearings will be a waste of time if they're just "an opportunity to pummel the CEOs."