Yes, I forgot just how efficiently and altruisticly the selfless among us can operate when they are making OPM vanish while watching their own fortunes skyrocket. We must truly all learn to praise and emulate them. We must strive to achieve as they have. That's why the children need to hear this new and powerful message for today.
PS: He is starting a new Hedge Fund soon, so he can do it all over again. We must all rush to invest everything we can in this new fund, as this guy is amazing.
Disclaimer and Warning: The headline performer in this story is a Democrat. No Democrats were hurt in the telling of this story.
Ah yes but does party affiliation make any difference, are there any actual laws that were broken & who is it that would have made those laws if indeed they were to exist, how many of those law makers have you ever heard complaining of monies lost during this entire downturn? I say lets give them all a round of applause & another tax break, they deserve it as well as reelection so they can do it all over again. The question is did they learn from big oil or did big oil learn from them? Create a situation that only you can & then profit from it & do it over & over by spreading some of that profit to a select few.
The problem here is that investment houses are supposed to keep customer funds and accounts totally separate from their own funds and accounts. When things got bad, the company that this Democrat of high standing operated (as its CEO) dipped into the formerly sacred customer funds in order to bail out its own failures in it's dealings, thus losing customer money that should otherwise have been preserved. it''s all good now though, as a Federal Court just ruled that money deposited in banks or investment houses is not really yours, it is all theirs, and they can do with it as they please. So this guy is retrocatively off the hook. It is just like a case where someone gets away with a crime because it was not officially by law a crime at the time it was committed, only in reverse.
The big lesson to be learned here is that not only was this attrocity er, act of kindness and selflessness committed, but now the Guberment and its court system is retroactively altering existing laws so it is all good. And as a result, what was previously considered to be "yours" at a bank or investment house is no longer yours. A small price to pay for such an altruistic achievement of selfless wonder and amazement. It would purely be selfish and evil and sinful to think otherwise, so we must all nod in agreement that this case was handled perfectly by the Guberment and the Courts who have acted not only justly, but fully morally and selflessly in all of their dealings with respect to this matter. There is clearly a new twist here to the principle of justice being blind. A better, more selfless, and more Democratic twist.
Here is a video with the skinny per former money manager Ann Barnhardt (who selfishly shut down her own Hedge fund and returned to her customers all of their money [instead of wasting it selflessly] due to the mess the Government and the Courts are causing in the financial markets) on the recent Circuit Court ruling that gives Corzine a legal out, and forever assures that your selfishly deposited money is really not yours, so if someone loses it, that's your problem, not theirs (you selfish fool). There is also bonus stuff regarding the "Ryan Plan" if you hang in there long enough with the video. And the end game collapse is discussed if you are still awake and make it beyond that point.
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Isayre, can you point out some kind of reference to that, the latest thing I could find did pretty much the opposite & was out of Cleveland. But you would be surprised at the things that common sense would tell anyone is against the law but isn't, morals have no place in the world any more.
samhill wrote:Ah yes but does party affiliation make any difference
Appparently only when you are railing against Republicans. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ He was my governor. I call him "Crash" Corzine. I'll tell ya what, he can really take a beating He was flying up the Parkway at 95mph in a State SUV, driven by a trooper, I think, that was arguing with his girlfriend on a cellphone. Somebody merged onto the Parkway in a pickup ( you either gun it and risk your life or get a pileup of honking horns behind you); the SUV went out of control, and seatbeltless Jon bounced around in it like a James Bond vodka martini
Gotta give him a little credit for surviving that. I don't know if he is or was a gambler like the article stated, but he was coming back from AC that day I think.
Don't hear much from ole Jon these days do we? I wonder if he took it in cash, that would probably not be practical. I think that much cash would fill a 40' semi trailer. He probably put it in a Swiss Bank Account; which is completely kosher if you're a democrat. I think Christie is still trying to reign in his democrat handouts
franco b wrote:What a spoilsport you are. nobody is perfect you know. Not only that but you cast doubt on the integrity of all those selfless servants of government. Ask Homie he could tell you.
The way to "get ahead" or at least into the White House, for republicans, is to blow every billionaire out there, until you buy yerself into office... by blow, I mean blow the sovereignty of our democracy, by accepting tons and more tons of cash for ads that repeat the same old stale lie's from republicans, then agree to sell off the office to the high rollers. you out there, are Not high rollers.
I'm impressed. A company with a Democrat of high stature at its helm pulls off a stunt that defrauds its client-customers (depositors and investors) out of $1.6 billion of what should have been in secured funds, yet (as expected) homie tries to drag in the Republicans. The broken record of a selfless mind at work yet again. The same scratched line of the same broken tune played endlessly.
lsayre wrote: ..... The same scratched line of the same broken tune played endlessly. ....
Bush's fault! Halliburton! Republicans! Fox News! Democrats are the best! GAAAACK! .... Bush's fault! Halliburton! Republicans! Fox News! Democrats are the best! GAAAACK! ... Bush's fault! Halliburton! Republicans! Fox News! Democrats are the best! GAAAACK! ....Bush's fault! Halliburton! Republicans! Fox News! Democrats are the best! GAAAACK! ..... Bush's fault! Halliburton! Republicans! Fox News! Democrats are the best! GAAAACK!