Skip to comments.SEC Offering 800 Jobs ("Financial Reform" means Bigger Government)
Posted on 07/20/2010 4:58:59 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) will be offering about 800 jobs to people to carry out the Wall Street reform legislation. The head of the regulatory agency is planning on telling lawmakers. SEC Chairwoman Mary Schapiro will testify on Tuesday before a House Financial Services subcommittee.
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If evan half of those people were anything other than more useless lawyers, it might be an improvement.
But I will bet that the vast majority of new people the SECOND hires will be lawuyers, and just as useless as the ones they already have.
Damn crackberry auto-correct.
I will bet that the vast majority of the new people the SEC hires (just took me three attempts to get just ‘sec’ there) will be lawyers.
This is what led to the SEC ignoring Markopolous’ evidence about Madoff.
Just finished Markoupoulos’ book, “No One Would Listen”—unbelievable incompetence. Good read.
Regulation—the booming industry through good times and bad.
the Political Science Majors’ Full Employment Act of 2010
This is just the beginning.
After they realize their power we could see an exponent put on this number.
the racist Shirley Sherrod will wind up with a top position somewhere in there.
freeper is correct. Racist Shirley Sherrod will get another gov’t job here
btw is there something wrong with the main activism page????
The 800 jobs are going to breakdown as follows: (my opinion)
100 - Harvard Grads whose folks support Obama
400 - Minorities who got in via Affirmative Action
300 - Kids of local pols
Anything you do will be against some law and will get you put in prison, including doing nothing at all.
I'm gonna get in on this boom.
I'm gonna start a porn site.
Mmmmmmmmmmmm ... BACON!
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