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(The New York Times)   The SEC takes Plan B after being screwed by Wall Street   ( nyti.ms) divider line
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2012-08-24 08:40:25 AM  
2012-08-24 08:53:38 AM  
I knew those schools shouldn't have gone public.
2012-08-24 09:50:12 AM  
Have they started regulating the derivatives market yet? No? Then we're still farked.
2012-08-24 10:12:05 AM  
Chairman of the SEC or the Bureau of Indian Affairs... which one does less?
2012-08-24 11:13:23 AM  

Cndn Bacon: Have they started regulating the derivatives market yet? No? Then we're still farked.

We can't regulate Wall Street! The Job Creators need to have carte blanche to skim as much money as possible out of the economy without providing anything of any value, or they will stop raining jobs upon us like manna from heaven.
2012-08-24 03:49:54 PM  
Good try subby. But the screwing, if there was one, here was done by the democratic commissioner who didn't toe the party line and instead voted against Schapiro. But yeah, I see why an abortion/contraception joke was worthwhile here.
2012-08-24 05:41:27 PM  

Debeo Summa Credo: if there was one

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