TARP and the Fed bailout of Wall Street five years ago did not save us from a Second Great Depression.
Goldman’s shareholder was sick and tired of the company’s shadowy role in spending millions lobbying Washington.
After the EU bailout announcement, why would anyone leave cash in an EU bank ever again?
Mitt Romney bails out his son Tagg, now a proud member of the 47% who “want stuff.”
Four and a half years after the banking collapse, the bankers still don’t get it.
Another round of bonuses, plus massive fines, all paid for by the British taxpayer.
Only one of 69 execs bailed out under TARP made less than $1 million.
AIG would like the right to sue the banks who sold them garbage. Finally an AIG lawsuit we can embrace.
Mitt Romney and Bill O’Reilly were right. There is a class of Americans who simply “want things”: the AIG class.