Friday, February 27, 2009

Too good not to

The Growing Gap Between Reality and the Media

February 26th, 2009 by Mark Mitchell

Following is a very partial list of people who have said abusive short selling must be stopped.

Then Secretary of Treasury Paulson
Former Chairman of SEC Harvey Pitt
Then SEC Chair Christopher Cox
Then Senator Hillary Clinton
Presidential Candidate John McCain
George Soros
The members of the American Chamber of Commerce
Charlie Munger, Vice Chairman Berkshire Hathaway
John Mack, CEO Morgan Stanley
Dick Fuld, then CEO Lehman Brothers
Members of the North American Securities Administrators Association
Robert Shapiro, former Undersecretary of Commerce
Harvey McGrath, former chairman of Man Group, world’s biggest listed hedge fund

Following is a partial list of mainstream media outlets that have yet to deliver a single comprehensive story about abusive short selling:

The Wall Street Journal
The New York Times
The Columbia Journalism Review
BusinessWeek Magazine
The Chicago Tribune
The Los Angeles Times
Fortune Magazine
The Washington Post
CNBC Television
CNN Television

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