Wall Street to Reject Bailout

James Doran writes in The Guardian:

Fears are mounting that many Wall Street banks and financial firms will refuse to participate in the US government’s $700bn bail-out package, leaving global markets and world economies in a perilous state for months to come.

‘There is a growing feeling that banks … might instead decide to tough it out,’ said Thomas Caldwell, chairman and CEO of Caldwell Financial, a $1bn-plus fund manager.

I have an idea.
Call all the CEO’s into a big room. Say, “You got us into this, you asked for our help getting you out of it, and NOW you’re rejecting our help because it comes with strings attached; because it takes away your massively inequitable compensation for farking things up…is that correct?”

Anyone who answers yes is immediately shot.
VP’s get battlefield promotions on the spot.

Now…let me ask again…


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