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Goldman Sachs Accused Of Fooling Clients In Scathing Senate Report

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2011/apr/14/goldman-sachs-accused-of-fooling-clients

'Carl Levin, the Michigan Democrat who heads the Senate permanent subcommittee on investigations, said Goldman had "exploited" clients and top executives had lied to Congress during testimony in 2010.

"They gained at the expense of their clients and they used abusive practices to do it," said Levin, adding there was still time for regulatory agencies to take action against Wall Street.'

I won't hold my breath...

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Just doing God's work ... as if the Vampire Squid would do anything remotely exploitative or under hand.

If you've ever read the old testament you'd understand where Blankfein is coming from.

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Elaborate, please.

The old testament god is not particularly nice guy - plagues, nastiness to Job, all the laws in Leviticus, the Israelites putting everyone to the sword etc. etc. etc. Doing god's work seems to be about the inner jewish circle doing nasty things to everyone else (and their own) for their own gain whilst feeling righteous, justified by a higher power and with few moral qualms...reminds me of Goldman Sachs quite a bit.

Edited by Tiger Woods?

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