Friday, July 31, 2009

Wall Steet Execs Pig Out on Your Dime

Wall Street execs receiving their multi-million dollar payday bonuses


Having trouble making ends meet? Trying to decide if you'll pay this month's mortgage or buy groceries?

Fear no more!! Join a Wall Street firm and rake in 7 figure salaries and bonuses!! Don't worry if you're doing a shitty job, Uncle Sucker is here to bail you out.

It's a 'Win-Win' situation for Wall Street gangsters who are robbing Americans in broad daylight and being helped by our corrupt Congress and "What, me worry?" attitude of an equally corrupt White House.

Between the Fed shoveling trillions to their insider buds and some of that money making 'aliyah' to Israel and Wall Street robbing pension funds and retirement accounts, it won't be long before we're all living in cardboard shacks while Wall Street fat cats continue eating caviar, drinking $20,000.00 dollar bottles of wine and living in Central Park penthouses.
Report: Bailed-Out Banks Spent $32B in Bonuses in 2008
A new government report shows the nine largest US banks handed out more than $32 billion in bonuses last year while posting more than $81 billion in losses and receiving billions in taxpayer aid. According to the New York Attorney General’s office, nearly 4,800 Wall Street executives and employees were awarded bonuses of at least $1 million. More than 900 of those worked for Bank of America and Citigroup, two of the largest bailout recipients.

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