Skip to comments.Several Bank CEOs Not Invited to Bill Signing
Posted on 07/20/2010 2:27:51 PM PDT by lbryceEdited on 07/20/2010 3:25:40 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
When President Barack Obama signs the financial overhaul bill into law on Wednesday, many of the most recognizable faces in the banking world won’t be among the hundreds of people in attendance.
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive James Dimon and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein weren’t invited to the ceremony and won’t be attending, people familiar with the matter said.
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They all think Obama's sold out to the corporations so he and the MSM are trying to go all out to prove them wrong.
Yeah ... but don’t expect the WSJ to say that. You should be *thanking* them for deigning to take the bailout.
that all seems to point to a Warren appointment to CFPA and that the Dems will declare Open Populist Bank Bashing Season from now till November
Some of these high rollers “declined” an order from Jarrett Axlerod Inc to appear at a banker’s meeting at the WH last spring for a class warfare lecture from Barry.
I would not assume it was Bambi doing the snubbing at the signing of this dismal piece of crap bill.
In fact, I see this as interesting and potentially encouraging that at least some of the liberal billionaires might finally stop bowing and scraping at the beck and call of this incompetent adolescent narcissist.
Who will still be standing after 2012? Barry, or Goldman Sachs?
Wouldn’t that be a great place to release some gray wolves.
Not all of these guys (bank CEO’s) are scum. Many in fact are not.
We have to avoid the broad brush the Democrats use. Many of the bigger banks didn’t WANT the TARP money, it was basically forced upon them, with the alternative being The Government making life a living hell for them.
People parroting this stuff are but useful idiots for the morally devoid leftist scumbags now in power...