February 9, 2013

Something Smells Fishy in S&P Case

Paul Sperry, Investor's Business Daily

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Staring at a another debt ceiling crisis, the president's punishing the one credit rating agency that dared downgrade U.S. debt in the last crisis. And Wall Street analysts say the timing's no coincidence.

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TAGGED: Barack Obama, Ratings Agencies, Paul Sperry, Debt Ceiling

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