Insight: Krawcheck, possible SEC head, raises Washington image

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thoma wrote:

The position is vital and the country needs the most qualified. The selection should not be based on gender, race or creed but a proven track of dispensing justice.

Dec 03, 2012 11:02am EST  --  Report as abuse
thoma wrote:

The position is vital and the country needs the most qualified. The selection should not be based on gender, race or creed but a proven track of dispensing justice.

Dec 03, 2012 11:02am EST  --  Report as abuse
krimsonpage wrote:

@thoma Very true. However, we could do much much much better than little Ms Revolving Door of Golden Parachutes. Sally is out for Sally.

Dec 03, 2012 12:43pm EST  --  Report as abuse
americanguy wrote:

They would actually consider a known doomsday weapon of banks that has helped destroy two banks, to run the SEC?
Ridiculous.
I would probably be better if they would pick some homeless person off the streets at random.

Dec 03, 2012 2:30pm EST  --  Report as abuse
NancyK wrote:

If the vetting process is/has taken place in Washington DC then Sallie Krawcheck is not the right person for the job. I’m confident when I say I’m fed up with the revolving door and anyone who has any connection to the TPP (signed, agreed, or acknowledgeable what the TPP is all about. If “they” have not stood up, and fought like hell to stop the takeover of our country by the banks and large transnational corporations, those who ship our jobs overseas, bail out the banks and weaken the state, then you are the problem. And in case any of you cannot connect the dots, Sallie worked for one of the above mentioned. I’d like to see a Whistleblower hired before Sallie. Now if they’d stop murdering and putting Whistleblowers in prison we (the people) would have the right person Sallie is not the solution, Sallie, like a lot of our two faced representatives who think they’re going to keep getting away with what they’re trying to pull on us.

Dec 03, 2012 2:36pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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