Lloyd Blankfein (above) is the kind of guy with whom you wish you were personally acquainted — just so you could diss him to his face.


Ethan Rome EXPLAINS:


The hypocrisy of Lloyd Blankfein, a Wall Street banker, and other corporate leaders who have inserted themselves into the debate over major tax and spending decisions under consideration in Congress is nothing short of repugnant. Blankfein’s Goldman Sachs got billions from the federal government during the Wall Street bailouts, enabling him to hold a job that paid him $16.1 million in 2011, and now he wants the rest of us ...

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Lloyd Blankfein (above) is the kind of guy with whom you wish you were personally acquainted — just so you could diss him to his face.

Ethan Rome EXPLAINS:

The hypocrisy of Lloyd Blankfein, a Wall Street banker, and other corporate leaders who have inserted themselves into the debate over major tax and spending decisions under consideration in Congress is nothing short of repugnant. Blankfein’s Goldman Sachs got billions from the federal government during the Wall Street bailouts, enabling him to hold a job that paid him $16.1 million in 2011, and now he wants the rest of us ...

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