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Posted 21 Oct 2009 at 17:01 PM by Phil Jayhan

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I just got this in my email and you guys are going to love this article, if not for anything else, than to see just how it is that the "elite bankers" view themselves, and how apparent it is that they live in an altogether different world than that world normal people like you and me are faced to live in; Wait till you read this! The headline says it all in a nutshell! Don't these guys realize that the public still has rope with some still having the ancient knowledge of the ability to make nooses?

Enjoy-
Phil

What do you guys think of this?



Public must learn to 'tolerate the inequality' of bonuses, says Goldman Sachs vice-chairman

News Updates from Citizens For Legitimate Government
21 Oct 2009
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Public must learn to 'tolerate the inequality' of bonuses, says Goldman Sachs vice-chairman


--Goldman Sachs is currently on track to pay the biggest ever bonuses to its 31,700 employees after raking in profits at a rate of $35m (£21m) a day. 21 Oct 2009 One of the City's leading figures has suggested that inequality created by bankers' huge salaries is a price worth paying for greater prosperity. In remarks that will fuel the row around excessive pay, Lord Griffiths, vice-chairman of Goldman Sachs International and a former adviser to Margaret Thatcher, said banks should not be ashamed of rewarding their staff. Speaking to an audience at St Paul's Cathedral in London about morality in the marketplace last night, Griffiths said the British public should "tolerate the inequality as a way to achieve greater prosperity for all". [Tolerate *this.*]


US lawmaker in 'seclusion' with swine flu 21 Oct 2009 Republican Representative Greg Walden announced Tuesday he "likely" had swine flu, in the first known instance of a US lawmaker thought to have contracted the A(H1N1) virus. "Just diagnosed with likely H1N1. Ugh. Off to seclusion for awhile," Walden, whose home state is Oregon, said on the micro-blogging site Twitter in a message his office confirmed was authentic.


Mass. Man Arrested in Terrorism Case 22 Oct 2009 A man living in suburban Boston was arrested on Wednesday on federal terrorism charges of conspiring to attack people at a shopping mall in the United States and two members of the executive branch of the federal government. The man, Tarek Mehanna, 27, was charged with conspiracy to provide material support to terrorists. The conspiracy occurred from 2001 to 2008, said the acting United States attorney, Michael K. Loucks, at a news conference here Wednesday. Mr. Loucks said Mr. Mehanna had conspired with others and had "multiple conversations" to carry out attacks in and outside of the United States.


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This is kind of neat. After making this post, I decided I wanted to save this post into a new category in my blog, so I simply clicked the little icon in the lower right hand side of the post after publishing it;



Click that, and this will place your material that you just posted into the forums, into your blog as well. Kind of neat for the stuff you want to save and blog as well.

Cheers-
Phil
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    Happy birthday Phil
    Posted 22 Oct 2009 at 12:15 PM by 2brnot2b 2brnot2b is offline
 

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