Friday, March 21, 2008

Nobody to Say No

Then Treasury Secretary now Banking Executive Robert Rubin (Goldman Sachs 1966-1992) tells then Banking Executive now Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson (Goldman Sachs 1974-2006) to have the taxpayers pick up the tab for irresponsible business practices:

“There is a strong need for urgent action," Rubin, who is chairman of Citigroup Inc.'s executive committee, said. "I would be very, very seriously considering the possibility of using public funds in one form or another."

I believe that there will be justice in the end for this. I can imagine international bounty hunters, funded by an angry, nationalistic autocrat. After the credit card goes away.

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