Goodbye, Chris Dodd (Screed #29)

January 14, 2010…

We are happy to see that CT Democratic senator Chris Dodd has recently decided not to run for re-election in 2010. This man has clearly been in office far too long. Between the “sweetheart” Countrywide Financial loan he received, as well as the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac, Irish Cottage and A.I.G. bailout controversies that he has been involved in, this man can no longer be trusted in office. His actions have been despicable, along with his explanations declaring his innocence. Dodd is guilty beyond belief and should be impeached. We’ll take his retirement though, if that’s all we can get.

We are also very disappointed in President Obama’s decision to support Dodd a couple of months ago. He should be ashamed of himself for defending this sleazeball. Dodd should have been left to twist in the wind. He sealed his own fate, and must realize that the people of CT have finally had enough of his dirty deeds. The end can’t come fast enough for his exit.

Goodbye Chris Dodd – don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out.

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1 Comment

  1. joseph devassy said,

    January 15, 2010 at 4:49 pm

    It is time for Dodd to go….what was generally a prestigious legislative career has evaporated amidst the scandals and poor choices that the Federation describes above. Dodd needs to bail to avoid the ignominy of losing badly in a re-election effort. It’s all quite sad….we can only hope that the future junior senator from the great state of Connecticut acknowledges the true missteps of Dodd and navigates a purer path.


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