Like I Said, They Should Have Saved Their Breath

With the admitted repeated drug money laundering, it can no longer be argued that the banks were immoral but not illegal.  Consequently, the Obama regime’s argument is now that prosecution would cause systemic collapse.  Maybe so, but is a system that sucks more and more money from the 99% to give to the 1% a system that we should protect from collapse?  There will be no general economic prosperity until the Fed and the largest banks are kaput….and you can take that to the bank!


Financial Fraud Conviction Scorecard:

Bush: 1300+, Clinton: 1000+, Obama: 0.0 (+/-)

Meanwhile, not a word of complaint from a single Democrat in Congress, which is especially infuriating given the broad bi-partisan agreement among voters that criminal bankers need to do time.  Too concerned with keeping up appearances and the next election cycle, neither side of the false left-right paradigm of American politics is capable of exposing its own filth when it comes to legitimate scandal, and this DOJ non-prosecution madness involving Goldman Sachs certainly qualifies as sordid.

Unfortunately, since it appears to the mainstream media that this is a partisan issue, and Obama is the anointed one, this story will get zero coverage…

Read that again: Obama 0.0!  Nil, nada, not one, nairn!

Also related:

REPORT: Five Senior Goldman Sachs Execs Gave $130K To ‘Obama Victory Fund’ WHILE Eric Holder Was Deciding Whether To File Criminal Charges



  1. One of the 99% says:

    I think the two previous Presidents were running up the score a little bit. Nobody should get beat at anything 1300 to nothing.

    As for the Goldman $, I don’t think the Victory Fund money had any impact on his decision making. Politicians and appointees are above being influenced by $. 🙂

  2. Say, I have a really nice bridge for sale.

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