Friday, September 19, 2008

Arnold Kling asks for crisis joke, Silas delivers

In a great post on the current financial market issues, Arnold Kling says:
The guys who got it right on low-down-payment mortgage are the Freddie Mac folks that [ousted Freddie Mac CEO Richard] Syron ignored. (There has got to be a siren-Syron pun in their somewhere, but I'm missing it.)

Oh, that's easy: "In America, it's dangerous for you to ignore a siren. In Soviet Amerika, it's dangerous for Syron to ignore YOU."

I can't post it in his comments section for obvious reasons. If one of you would point him here, that would be rockin'.

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