THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S WAR ON THE AMERICAN WORKER: ..."Because of the successful cheap-labor strategy, wages for men have
remained flat since 1973, and a large percentage of the nation’s annual
income has shifted to investors and away from employees."
Friday, February 5, 2016
SEN. SANDERS: 'The Business Model of Wall Street Is Fraud' - WALL STREET PUMPS MILLIONS INTO HILLARY CLINTON - OBAMA'S DEDICATED SUCCESSOR TO OBAMA-CLINTONOMICS
OBAMA'S CRONY BANKSTERS HAVE DONE WELL FOR THE LAST EIGHT YEARS UNDER THEIR BOUGHT BOY OBAMA!
has been no genuine recovery in the real economy. Instead, a massive
diversion of public resources has been carried out to rescue and further
enrich the financial oligarchy at the expense of the productive forces
and the working class. The focus of domestic policy has been to
subsidize the utterly parasitic and quasi-criminal speculative
activities of the banks and financial institutions, starving the real
economy of productive investment, in order to engineer a further
concentration of income and wealth among the top 1 percent and 0.1
percent of the population."
comes amid Clinton’s unconvincing answers when pressed on her apparent
coziness with banks and financial firms. When CNN anchor Anderson Cooper
asked Clinton recently why she accepted $675,000 from Goldman Sachs for
giving a grand total of three speeches, she stammered and finally said,
“That’s what they offered,” as if she would have taken 25 bucks and a
free sandwich, if that’s all Goldman were able to afford."
Sanders: ‘The Business Model of Wall Street Is Fraud’
Thursday on MSNBC’s Democratic presidential primary debate, candidate
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) declared the business model of Wall Street to be “fraud.”
Sanders said, “Wall Street is an entity of unbelievable economic and
political power. That’s fact. I want to say something and it may sound
harsh, not to you, but to the American people. In my view, the business
model of Wall Street is fraud. It’s fraud. I believe that corruption is
rampant and the fact that major bank after major bank has reached
multi-billion dollar settlements with the United States government, when
we have a weak regulatory system tells me that not only did we have to
bail them out once, if we don’t start breaking them up, we’ll have to
bail them out again. I do not want to see that happen.”