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Graduate of Yorktown High School, Yorktown Heights, N. Author of The Sellout, a detailed chronicle of Lehman/Bear/Wall Street implosion.MSNBC host Dylan Ratigan has taken some flack lately for airing footage on his show "Morning Meeting" of contributor Jonathan Capehart scarfing down a bagel during a break between appearances.The video is not particularly flattering, but Ratigan insisted Capehart had no hard feelings.

Capehart's mother continued to put Ratigan in his place, telling him her son is not a "clown" or "a kid at a birthday party." We imagine mothers everywhere watching and firmly nodding their heads in agreement.

A thoroughly chastised Ratigan could do nothing but apologize.

Magna cum laude, Harvard, 1977, a "government major." J. Hailed for recall of company facts and ticker symbols, plus sense of humor; accused by Barron's and Henry Blodget of delivering subpar returns for those who follow advice.

Joined Goldman Sachs; in 1987 formed hedge fund, Cramer & Co., which operated out of offices of Michael Steinhardt. Co-hosted "Kudlow & Cramer" before launching "Mad Money," March 2005.

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The sad truth is these kind of honest truth moments are few and far between on the mainstream media Unfortunately they don't understand the circular logic of "money in politics" - there will always be money in politics as long as your policies are intruding on money.

The ONLY way to get money out of politics is to roll back the involvement of the Federal Government such that there is no longer an advantage in buying off every single fucking representative in Washington from the President to the Presidential Toilet Cleaner. This US system is rotten to the core by the power of the lobbies and nothing will change until the whole edifice crumbles under its own weight.

After some initial conversation in which Ratigan tried to be self-deprecating, Capehart's mother unloaded this masterpiece of indignation: The whole thing was offensive because, you know what, I thought it was mean, disrespectful, an invasion of his privacy and personal space.

And my question to you is do you have cameras in the bathroom, or in the dressing room? Because if you wanted to make a fool out of someone...

In a Santelli-esque rage, Ratigan loses it over the banking, trade, and taxation that is draining America of everything and how nothing will ever change as the Congress is completely bought-off.

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