Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by wilburbear, Jul 24, 2010.
In the food chain you need a few tons of plankton to feed a shark.
Same here a few hundred thousand waitresses and other lower life forms feed a GS manager through taxes mediated by the US government.
God's work never ends...
Would you rather your tax dollars go to an appeal for a death row inmate or GS bailout?
The same could be said by mere mortals for doing God's work.
I rather they stop taxing so much and stop so much government interference of the market place: Trillions in bailout for big banks (huge bonus and pay packet to the execs), Cash for Clunkers, etc....
No problem with some basic survival help for the the destitute - at least give them workfare!
Corporate socialism at it's finest. Capitalism cannot survive without the taxpayer to fund it.
And in the truely unbelievable department: Goldman, the Movie. By Goldman
"The government determined that a collapse of AIG would be systemically disastrous," Goldman Sachs spokesman Lucas van Praag said. "And of course if a systemic problem had ensued, we along with every company in the world would likely have been affected."
Oh crap!! I thought they said they were fully-hedged!
That would mean...they were bailed-out with the rest of the system!
they are..fully hedged
is this guy looks familiar?
I LOVED him in Annie!!!
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