Hey Mr. Dimon, EA Games called; they want their “Challenge Everything” back.
Retards…de Mint. Anyone talking about profit and loss is completely indoctrinated..
The game is dumb, because the trophy, wealth can be achieved with renewables without all the sucking up.
I will put it, again!…..
Hollywood at his best!..
Hollywood at its best!…
What a waste of time!….
A thief is a thief, and a snake is a snake. Here you have the perfect example of the two rolled into one.
Justice has a tendancy of taking a long time to take effect for the priveladged, but eventually, it will come to pass.
Mr.Dimon and his accomplices, will no doubt enjoy their stay with some of the more inventive inmates in a State Pententiary who will relish “getting all medieval on him”.
Suggest he invests in pile cream!
Jamie Dimon admits that he misinformed regulators, and he is praised as a champion of capitalism, this IS the best demockracy money can buy!
I doubt Jamie will ever get his because the sheeple tend to not be able to put two and two together unless a charismatic leader comes forward and tells them what to think and do.
J Pirate Morgan spent, according to NPR, $7+ million lobbying Congress. So let’s see…$7 million for lobbying–and they get a pass for $3+ BILLION in losses. Well, it’s a good investment, I’ll say that. One thing is obvious: members of Congress are cheap whores. Little wonder Wall Street has contempt for members of Congress. BTW: did Sen DeMint have kneepads on while questioning Dimon?
Nomi just doesn’t stop. [Sexist joke goes here]
Amy played Van Halen’s “Jamie’s Crying” after Nomi’s segment.
The law needs to be changed. All criminals should have the right to be judged by…. their friends or by people they have bribed or bought.
If this law change is implemented there would be such a drop in crimes. Basically no one would be found guilty of any crimes and so we would have a completely crime free society. Oh, just think of the bliss of living in such a crime-less world!!!!!!!
I predicted to friends a few years ago that we would soon have “show trials.” Unlike the Soviet variety, our show trials would be to exonerate the elite and not to condemn counterrevolutionaries. I guess I have been right for a while now.
“Poise” seems to captivate the sycophants in office. Easily lead, easily deceived.
The whole thing of jamie and chums forking out money to lawmakers and politicians and through lobbying reminds me of a program I watched of a drug trafficker who said that he paid port officials and customs officers a lot of money to get his drugs through.
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