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10,153 posts
msg #86025
Ignore johnpaulca
1/12/2010 1:00:33 PM

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10,153 posts
msg #86028
Ignore johnpaulca
1/12/2010 1:10:42 PM

These greedy, reckless, irresponsible and insane looters of wall-street should be barred from Finance industry for good.

2,817 posts
msg #86030
Ignore chetron
1/12/2010 1:30:30 PM


6,396 posts
msg #86031
Ignore karennma
1/12/2010 1:32:09 PM

They won't be.
They've got Obama in their back pocket.
JP, watch the video I posted here 2 days ago ....
Worth THINKING about ... listen to what Biderman says about OUTFLOWS and inflows ...

Oh dang it!!
It was removed from YouTube.
I posted it under the Discussion Forums .. "To poster gmg733".
I hope more than 2 people watched it.
The disclosure of possible gov't collusion with Wall Street was scathing.
The video was only 2 days old.

6,396 posts
msg #86032
Ignore karennma
1/12/2010 1:41:04 PM

These are the remnants of that video ...
The gestapo has removed it ...

10,153 posts
msg #86035
Ignore johnpaulca
1/12/2010 1:48:26 PM

Karen: I watched it when it was posted....thanks.

147 posts
msg #86036
Ignore stratiG
1/12/2010 2:04:24 PM

Pump and Dump on a much bigger scale.

265 posts
msg #86087
Ignore trendscanner
1/12/2010 9:56:02 PM

It's amazing to me that a financial services firm could tell their clients something like this as well as be exposed for betting against the same financial products they were selling their clients and that those clients would not all immediately run for the exit.

Imagine buying financial products from a firm that flat out tells you that they may be attempting to deliberately destroy the very product they are selling you and that they may have even already taken action to undermine the quality of the product they are selling you even as they as selling it to you.

What type of companies would do business with GS? I suppose only companies that are as morally bankrupt as GS is.

6,396 posts
msg #86150
Ignore karennma
1/13/2010 12:31:11 PM

Here's something else "our" gov't is doing ...
Tell me if this makes sense ... ??
First, the gov't gives BAC $20B in bailout money and $118B worth of guarantees against bad assets.
75% of that money was for Merrill Lynch. The gov't *KNEW* this a year ago.

THEN, here we are ... a year later, ... the gov't sues BAC claiming they didn't know.


Our tax dollars at work!

6,396 posts
msg #86153
Ignore karennma
1/13/2010 12:47:44 PM

Financial Bailout Rap Video by Daddy Oink Oink ...

Maybe offensive to some.
Please hit the STOP button if you can't handle it.

Dang it Feels Good to be a Heartless Banker

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