"It is just outrageous that the American people don't know that Congress doesn't know how much money he (Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson) has given away to anyone,'' the Oklahoma Republican told the Tulsa World.
"It could be to his friends. It could be to anybody else. We don't know. There is no way of knowing...''
"I have learned a long time ago. When they come up and say this has to be done and has to be done immediately, there is no other way of doing it, you have to sit back and take a deep breath and nine times out of 10 they are not telling the truth,'' he said...
"If we keep on nursing a broken system, then we can't expect to have a different result come later on,'' he said.
WELL, DUH!!! You'd think that they would have noticed these issues before they passed it into law, but at least someone in Washington is starting to think. I would have figured that the 535 people who's only job is to vote for all of the country on these things actually read what they're voting for or against before they vote, especially when it's these laws that are rushed through Congress, coughpatriotactcough.
Update: Thanks for pointing out that Senator Inhofe voted against the bailout. If he and a few others keep talking about it, the rest of them can't play dumb.