Shades of "teapots calling the kettles black.'
Well groomed middle aged men in their expensive suits and ties, obviously accustomed to being highly respected for their enormous wealth and power, expecting this time again to be able to hold their heads high and deny that they had their hand in the cookie jar. Even if the jar is now empty and they brag about having a lot of cookies.
Has anyone ever seen a financial big boy with an honest looking face? A face that seemed trustworthy? Do Secretaries of the Treasury past and present Henry Paulson and Tim Geithner ever look us in the eye? Those photos of the CEOs, in the news for their juggling massive corporations in acquisition or being acquired or merging - never a normal looking countenance on any of them.
Considering the business that they are in, how could they look otherwise?
Goldman Sachs has only been the recent best at taking the bread from the mouths of children. And it has been able to do for over a century because the Senate arranges the laws in their favor.
The Senators who in great majority agreement jumped to bail out their patrons in 2008 were simply rewarding the banking industry for contributing to election coffers of candidates of both parties.
Shall we continue to believe in the corporate media fairy tale that government is independent of control our American deep pockets. I mean, how did they get to have deep pockets in the first place if not by having the laws bent in their favor?
Read history! It has been this way for the gang mentality of upper class white people of means and property (mostly Americans of English or Northern European dissent) who established a new immigrant nation on Native American soil. Marcus Goldman just knew how to fit in.
The Goldman Sachs Senate hearings? Shall we see this necessary looking slapping of the wrists on TV as an attack on unethical capitalism. Was there ever such a thing as ethical capitalism? Not according to dictionary and encyclopedia definition.
Goldman Sachs is an American success story of an immigrant, Marcus Goldman who founded it in 1869
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