Wall Street left to rebuild Obama ties after backing Romney

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smirkingman wrote:

Bankers: Stop whining, you brought it on yourselves by excessive greed. Grow up now and take your medecine.

Nov 07, 2012 3:52pm EST  --  Report as abuse
RIPatriot wrote:

What does that even mean “excessive greed”? Are you the greed police now, maybe it can a be a new thought crime. Who determines how much greed is excessive? Why not just hire regulators who actually regulate and spend their time looking at where the money is going instead of making sure that the ads bank air contain sufficient racial diversity.

Nov 07, 2012 9:11pm EST  --  Report as abuse
jambrytay wrote:

So Wall Street is uniquely to blame? The people who bought more house than they could afford or the mortgage brokers coaching applicants through the process or government policies encouraging lending to marginally credit worthy borrowers or people buying too much stuff in general and taking on to much debt are all blameless and it’s just Wall Street? Interesting.

Nov 07, 2012 9:11pm EST  --  Report as abuse

20 Wo unto them that acall bevil good, and good evil, that put cdarkness for light, and light for darkness, that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! 2 Nephi 15:20

Nov 08, 2012 3:11am EST  --  Report as abuse
robbi501 wrote:

Well, if the banks would just treat their customers more fairly and stop attempting to charge the customer for everything, talking to a teller for instance, maybe they would need to be regulated so much. I think most people would agree that banking fees have gotten out hand, especially considering the amount of service the customer is receiving, if they can get any service at all. But of course, I know it is important to be able to give the bank CEO huge bonuses while paying the teller on the front line as little as possible.

Nov 08, 2012 2:43pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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