March 19, 2009
Either we get the bonuses back or this company should fail and all the people that took the bonuses should be sued until they have no more money than a homeless person living under a bridge.
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Skip March 25, 2009 1:42 am
I wonder if Mark could interview the economics professor Michael Hudson. He has a lot to say about these bailouts and the AIG bonuses.
Starman March 24, 2009 8:34 am
When Then is Now
what it is,
spirals within spirals
of rivers of fractals of space-time
moving through cycles
expanding within the big bang,
beauty expressed by the symmetrical golden ratio
spreading through consciousness of the golden rule,
spirits beaming golden through quantum possibility
of hidden dimensions,
what it is,
flowing to a new future
of choice, of chance
what it ainâ€™t
within the mystery of the oblivion of all-encompassing peace.
Robt March 21, 2009 1:35 pm
Any anti trust action into the banking industry or any othr for that matter would leave many of these companies with cash. Inspire them to build and re invest into their companies.
The only thing would be they would grow to be to big to fail again.
There would need to be updated legislation in this arena.
As for the Rockefeller over whelming control over all. The wealth control would or could be forced into other investments.
Of course I realistically believe that they own our Congressmen. So how to surgicaly seperate the owners of Congressmen and the Congressmen?