It's all beginning to make sense.
The Senate version cuts Rep. Maxine Waters' favorite "neighborhood stabilization" provision. For how long?
As opposed to a desperate liberal legend.
Media experts stunned when falling prices result in greater sales.
Turns out his backer David Rubin's CDR Financial was close to many Democrats profiting from Fannie and Freddie's wheeling and dealing.
The New York Times qualifies as both.