What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Dodd-Frank Edition By Robert Farago - May 14, 2012 7 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email Which way do bullets face again? [h/t Aaron] RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Calibers for Beginners: .22LR The Media Dial Up the Hoplophobic Hysteria as the Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision Nears The Long, Convoluted, Unfinished Saga of Heckler & Koch’s Modular HK433 Rifle 7 COMMENTS As a metaphor, it’s perfect. The Dodd-Frank Act was supposed to improve the economy by improving business ethics or something like that. Instead, it has improved nothing, and the added billions in compliance costs have destroyed or crippled many companies. So, indeed, the bullets are aimed in the proper direction: when you pull the trigger, it shoots you through the head. Reply America might implode one of these days because the ignorant sheeple masses knelt down before the likes of fascist elitists such as Dodd & Frank. If or when our society really drops hard then those two will then relocate to a tropical island and live in luxury while the American people suffer. Reply Well, if that was a HK… Reply I guess I’m not smart enough to understand the reference, and therefore get the humor. However, part of being dumb is knowing it, and so I’m humble enough to admit my ignorance. Can someone help me out? Reply Hint: that belt is not wrapped around his neck. It’s a belt-fed weapon. But the belt also has complete rounds on both sides of the feed slot, so maybe it was meant to look like it wraps around his neck and not thru the weapon and he’s just not very good at drawing. Reply I just had to laugh at that graphic! To funny… Reply I actually enjoy reading both the online and offline editions of Businessweek. I also get a kick out of seeing firearm imagery appear in an unexpected context. As soon as this came up, I just had to send it in. Glad it was good for a chuckle or two… Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.