NOTE: I couldn't resist this one. Just the title had me hooked. Here is are two excepts and a link to the article by Howard Rodman in The Huffington Post.
It's been said that when the dust clears from WWIII, the only things left standing will be Keith Richards, cockroaches, and the investment bank of Goldman Sachs. Having lived long enough to see the Stones, my old New York kitchen, and the events of the past week, I wish I could disagree.
(1) Goldman Sachs gives Hank Paulson seven hundred million dollars (that's seven zero zero comma zero zero zero comma zero zero zero) in salary and bonuses.
(2) Goldman Sachs lends Hank Paulson to the Treasury (now that he can afford to be a public servant).
(3) As the Secretary of the Treasury, Paulson insists that we give Goldman Sachs a lot of money, in exchange for a lot of crap. (If not, we all die.)
(4) Except it's not Hank Paulson's money, it's ours.
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