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Sunday Late Night: What Larry Kudlow is Grateful For

Can this person, Larry Kudlow, keep his pundit employment and program on CNBC after this? After all, he did say the human toll is a tragedy, to amend this:

I mean, the human — the human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll, and we can be grateful for that. (00:36)

We are so grateful: Markets have survived the earthquake, the aftershocks, the tsunami, the possible immediate panic, and now several reactors in peril. The economy has survived, unlike the humans.

Thankfully. And that’s what matters to Larry Kudlow, Human Stain. His viewers and employers and stockholders of his parent companies, Comcast and GE/NBCU, are also grateful, right? Otherwise, CNBC would take some action, require an apology, or move against him as an employee.

Right? I mean, they would, wouldn’t they?

You may, if you wish, address comments to CNBC here.

{h/t Tengrain, at Dependable Renegade}

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