$well $peech, Mi$ter Pre$ident!

Lloyd “That’$ why they call me, ‘$hine'” Blankfein:


Enjoyed your prowe$$ a$ you begged u$ not to fleece the public.  You $o $a$$y! He $pank$ me, he $pank$ me!!  LOLcat$.

Thank$ a quadrillion!  Hug$ and ki$$e$,

Goldman $ach$

P$: Love$ you!


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  1. WASHINGTONWhile Goldman Sachs’ lawyers negotiated with the Securities and Exchange Commission over potentially explosive civil fraud charges, Goldman’s chief executive visited the White House at least four times.

    White House logs show that Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein traveled to Washington for at least two events with President Barack Obama, whose 2008 presidential campaign received $994,795 in donations from Goldman’s employees and their relatives. He also met twice with Obama’s top economic adviser, Larry Summers.

    No evidence has surfaced to suggest that Blankfein or any other Goldman executive raised the SEC case with the president or his aides. SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro said in a statement Wednesday that the SEC doesn’t coordinate enforcement actions with the White House or other political bodies.

    Think anyone in the White House Press Corps has the guts to ask Obama whether he ever talked about the SEC case with Blankfein?

  2. of Democrats just doing something – giving the appearance of reform but reality is much different.  This is another example of the bastardization of the word “reform”.

    The only things worth anything, and it’s surprising, is Blanche Lincoln’s derivatives bill but it will be chopped up because Democratic leadership including WH.

  3. ….and I would trust the pony more than prez guy anyday to make true progress in financial reform.


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