Here's a great link I found in the comment section. Unfortunately, I can't embed the video (one, their player doesn't embed and two, the video starts automatically- a definite no-no on the web).
The guys at thinkbigworksmall link all the pieces together about how Goldman's elite have once again rigged the game against the taxpayer in a sweetheart deal.
Here's the link.
GoldmanSachs666 Message Board
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*As defined in Wikipedia