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I separate this last link as it is a good one to read. The comments are particularly interesting and show the people are sick and tired of what has and is still happening. Post is by Charlie Gasparino.
Some of the comments to the blog:
Wall Street is increasingly being defined by one firm, Goldman Sachs, and its least capable spokesman, CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
The least appealing CEO on Wall Street is leading the effort to change the public perception that the system is rigged against the little guy suffering through 10 percent unemployment while the big banks party on.
If the hearings proved one thing, it’s just how much of a liability Goldman and Blankfein are to Wall Street’s attempt to massage its rotten image as an organization that feasts off government subsidies while Main Street suffers
Mr. Gasparino has overlooked the fact that most likely the unemployed were not "investors", and thus neither the government nor wall street cares about us or our opinions.Read the entire blog:
I wish all Goldman Sachs people go to HELL
The system is broken, the deal is rigged. When we have allowed the "smartest guys in the room" to borrow something belonging to someone else, and place a bet as to whether or not the value of that something will go either up or down; well we have taken the idea of gambling to new lows. (Editor's Note: this is only an excerpt from this comment)
Goldman's problem is not uniquely Blankfein. Goldman's problem is that they behave like they're an arm of the government. If the banks had been allowed to go their way and their smarts really tested... and really smart financiers (not "smart" because they can get into taxpayers' pockets) had been allowed to pick up the pieces, none of this would be a problem.
...They're still playing U.S. taxpayers as if we're all punks. (Editor's Note: this is only an excerpt from this comment)
What Wall Street Really Fears
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