The bailout was meant to keep the curtain drawn on the way the rich make money, not from the free market, but from the lack of one. Goldman Sachs blew its cover when the firmís revenue from trading reached a record $27 billion in the first nine months of this year, and a public that was writhing in financial agony caught on that the profits earned on taxpayer capital were going to pay employee bonuses.
Shooting the bastards would be a waste of good ammunition (and probably too easy to be any fun). Putting them out on the street with nothing but $20 in their pockets? Serious satisfaction, with that added touch of divine justice.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
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