Today, the world’s greatest deliberative body — the U.S. Senate — is conducting an inquiry into the foreclosure crisis and the robo-signing scandal. And as with many congressional proceedings, the chamber was naturally afforded the respect it is due:
David Lowman, CEO of Chase Home Lending: What you’re seeing —
Random Yelling Guy: He is lying!
Random Yelling Guy: No! He has homeowners! Chairman, let the Homeowners speak!
Senator Chris Dodd, Finance Committee Chairman: Because of disruption subject to arrest, I suggest that you —
Random Yelling Guy: [Inaudible]!!!
Dodd: — stand in recess for a few minutes.
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