April 11, 2009

Should anyone who has worked at Goldman Sachs be immediately dismissed from any government role, before they can steal more money from the taxpayer?


One day we'll understand the magnitude of the theft organized by Goldman Sachs.

After the Special Prosecutor is seated (assuming he's not from Goldman Sachs), and he follows the money, it will be pretty easy to see where all roads lead.


This was the biggest financial swindle in the history of mankind. And the conmen, in order to pull off the scam, got their guys inside, and they got them all the way to the top.


All the way.

And they're still there.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not one normally to wish ill-will but this is the one company that I want to see go down in flames.....

FLAMES BITCHES...

BURN M#THA F@#KER BURN DAMMIT BURN!!!!

I guess not, who lost on Idol and DWTS.

Anonymous said...

But GS encourages and REWARDS public service commitments, don't they??

Aren't these *dedicated* GS 'servants' contributing their expertise to resolving our national/global crisis??

I'm so confused...

Anonymous said...

I was hoping for a Goldman Sucks reunion including former employees (Pauslon, Geithner, Erin Burnett...), then fly a fully fueled Boeing 767 into it the building. But somehow I am the bad guy for thinking up shit like that.

Mitesh Damania said...

Immediately hung.

Anonymous said...

Pretty much as far off topic as you can get, but I got tired of thinking about Al Gores mumbo jumbo regarding climates and ocean currents.

I decided a more pressing issue is the ocean currents during Noah's flood.

Dig in boys. And happy learning.

http://tinyurl.com/dz5lr5

Anonymous said...

A central question in understanding the Flood catastrophe is what was the hydraulic mechanism that was able to transport millions of cubic kilometers of sediment, to distribute most of it in widely dispersed layers--in many cases hundreds to thousands of kilometers in horizontal extent, and to accomplish such a vast amount of geological work in only a few months time.


See asshats. This explains how there are fossils of ocean life on dry land. Boy you guys really are a bunch of tools.

Anonymous said...

Read this artice from San Francisco.
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2009/04/04/INR316Q4F5.DTL

Wind Farmer said...

A bank just failed here in Wilmington, NC. The title of the article in the local paper was, "Cape Fear Bank to reopen Monday under new name." Jeez that just sounds like a name change to me. Nothing to worry about.

Anonymous said...

If you keep talking like this you will get audited.

yoski said...

Strictly financially speaking they caused more damage than Germany and Japan in WWII, or all wars ever fought since, including Vietnam , Korea and Iraq. They caused more damage to the US than Bin Laden, Castro, the Soviet Union and Iran taken together. Yet they are still free, practically running (or should I say looting) or government.
Remember Timothy McVeigh?

Anonymous said...

> Remember Timothy McVeigh?

Doesn't ring a bell... Oh yeah that guy. And?

Banana Republicrat said...

Chris Hedges (as usual) nails it:
http://tiny.cc/K21Yy

alex3191 said...

666 , www.goldmansachs666.com ... a place to watch

Anonymous said...

Not if they left for personal reasons.

yoski said...

McDoesn't ring a bell... Oh yeah that guy. And?

I am surprised nobody has snapped yet. What keeps some angry loner that has lost everything from going out in a blaze of glory? I could easily see the target of their anger being GS, AIG, BofA, FED, etc.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe that Geithner is GS alumn as mentioned above, but I do think we can add Cramer to that list. I didn't know Erin Burnett was part of the crowd too (she's still hot so she gets a small pass in my book).

Sometimes it makes the conspiracy theory guys seem not quite so nutty.

Anonymous said...

Couldn't agree more with this idea Keith.

les said...

Remeber this.

There is no American dollar.

We all play with Federal Reserve Notes.

The Federal Reserve is a private bank owned by Goldman Sachs.

America will do what Goldman tells us to do, it's their money.