We REALLY need a Mitch Rapp to take care of Corzine.
Looks to me like it was Zero and his plantation Negro that let Wall Street write their own rules.
Just as an after thought, anyone know how much MF donated to Zero in 08 and so far this year?
Who really unchained Wall Street?
American Thinker ^ | 08/16/2012 | Jean-Claude Groulx
Posted on Thursday, August 16, 2012 9:29:21 AM by SeekAndFind
For all the bluster of Obama, pre- and post-2008, as well as that of Attorney General Eric Holder concerning the alleged criminal activities on Wall Street, there have been zero Wall Street prosecutions under Obama/Holder. Compare that with his predecessors Bush and Clinton...
There will be no elitist outrage.
Not from Democrats. Not from Republicans.
Corzine is a member of all the significant globalist elite crime families.
What credentials this boy has, former CEO of Goldman Sachs and former Democrat senator from New Jersey who nominated Barry.
This is WORSE than the Madoff scandal where investors could assume that risk was involved.
In this case, account holders should able to assume the LAW would protect their accounts and if laws were broken there would be consequences.
Corzine made a stupid bet and his choice was to stiff his globalist fraternal brother Jaimie Dimon and J P Morgan or stiff the honest decent accountholders from the unwashed masses who as Barry said NEVER built anything.
The unwashed masses monies were used to make J P Morgan whole even though to do so was in CLEAR violation of the law.
The Democrat elite silence would be expected but the Republican elite silence only goes to confirm that globalist elites are non-partisan and are in equal control of both party elites.
...are you really going to re-elect this man America? :(
And of course this week’s talking point is that Romney is going to let Wall St. write its own rules. The number of people who live in an alternate reality is astounding.
I was reading the comments at the NYT site. Wow. This is like a Marc Rich pardon on a grander scale. The shameless motives are so obvious even NYT readers are outraged.
This can’t help New Jersey polling for Zero. New Jerseyans are still raw from Corzine’s incompetent and arrogant tenure. They now know - if they didn’t already - that this crook Corzine is a poster boy for “the most transparent administration in history”.
This “pardon” is a gift for the Romney/Ryan ticket.
Eric Holder likes rich crooks as long as they donate to the Jackass Party
IIRC, Holder was the one who facilitated the pardon of convicted massive swindler Marc Rich for outgoing Prez Clinton.
There will be civil cases filed against this MF’er I’m sure. The criminal charges will be coming when a new US AG is installed in the R & R Administration.
You really think Romney would do anything? LOL
Governor Corzine is more culpable than Bernie Madoff. At least, Madoff’s victims knew or should have known they were benefiting from a fraudulent scheme. That’s manifestly not the case with MF Global.
Now tell me again who exactly is in the pockets of these crooks? According to the media it's Romney and the Republicans.
Corzine just played his.
BCCI all over again...........
I have a friend who knows a lot more about this stuff than I do, and he says there will be no prosecution of Corzine. He said Corzine knows where all the political bodies are buried, and nobody, Democrat or Republican, has the nerve to touch him.
Ann Barnhardt is right
It’s not a matter of what these crooks did- It’s the matter that the government, with all its rules and regulations and agencies - IS LETTING IT SLIDE