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The Goldman Sachs Controversy Gathers Momentum.

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Some good stuff on Matt Taibbi's site.

Some great stuff on Max Keiser's.

Interesting Eliot Spitzer video here.

For those who don't know Spitzer was fitted up last autumn because he was posing awkward questions certain vested interests didn't want asked.

"For those who don't know Spitzer was fitted up last autumn because he was posing awkward questions certain vested interests didn't want asked."

What is your definition of fitted up?

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Another:

Concentration of Power

The logic for reform and for breaking up the big banks begins to build. Bank of America’s fall was, in some senses, a fortunate accident for Goldman and JP Morgan. But it has also given them an excessive and unsustainable degree of political power.

Of course, you also have to ask: Who can break that power, when, and how?

Peter.

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"For those who don't know Spitzer was fitted up last autumn because he was posing awkward questions certain vested interests didn't want asked."

What is your definition of fitted up?

In this case, as guilty as sin.

:lol:

Pot and kettle, they both be black.

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"For those who don't know Spitzer was fitted up last autumn because he was posing awkward questions certain vested interests didn't want asked."

What is your definition of fitted up?

See the Allied Carpets thread.

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