Lecturing Congress like a Monday morning professor, again. Ugh. I think I am detecting a pattern here. A droning, dense lecture that bores the markets into a placid, dumb calm. I used to think him annoying lacking in initiative. I mean, he's telling them what TARP is again, and what it will do. But, considering it, there are probably 4 or 5 members of the Committee that will ask 15 questions about the TARP plan now, which they have already passed. Clever, clever. I see what you did there, Beard.
I mean seriously, why do we let these clowns conduct hearings during market hours? It saps confidence out of the market like a... nevermind.