Fed Up With Congress, Woman Takes To Skies To Say 'You Should All Be Fired'

Standard & Poor's recent downgrade of the U.S. government's credit rating, following lengthy, contentious budget negotiations in Washington, has ruffled the feathers of pundits and ordinary Americans alike.

Many professional critics, including former Clinton administration Labor Secretary Robert Reich have asked where S&P's vigilance was four years ago when it granted triple-A ratings to risky mortgage-backed securities, the type of investments which eventually led to the financial crisis in 2008.