How can these bankers justify awarding themselves bonuses that rival the budgets of some small countries? It's shocking, and more than a slap in the face to those millions of unemployed Americans.
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Last night in his State of the Union address, President Obama reinforced his ambitious agenda to fix the economy and enact financial reform, including...
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Sources close to God reported Thursday that the Supreme Being was angered at recent comments by Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein that's he's just a banker "doing God's work."
Never mind Barack Obama's Audacity of Hope. It's the audacity of the banks that takes your breath away.
The financial industry has already found willing Democrats and Republicans on that key House financial committee willing to help water down key elements of financial reform proposals.
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With no regard for history -- and here I mean the events of only 12 months ago -- the Republicans and Big Banks have the audacity to contend that the creation of jobs requires the lowest levels of regulation possible.
With the possible exception of the health care fight, there is no more important battle for the future of our economy and democracy than breaking up these too-big-to-fail financial institutions.
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