Love Those Goldman Sachs Photos!

It's great vindication to see fabulously wealthy people cringe. Goldman Sachs executives are being grilled and made to cower for stealing from their clients and the American taxpayer. We love it!

My favorite part is the dim realization - I always loved dim realizations - on the part of Goldman Sachs executives that this nightmare isn't over. The American people want blood and they can see it in the eyes of the electronic lynching mob. And we can tell every time we see one of those pictures!

I can't be the only person daydreaming about throwing things, messy suit-ruining things, at Goldman Sachs executives. Maybe an attack with Silly String would be just the thing.

We may be losing our homes, going to food banks, making our children's clothing out of curtains, but we have the satisfaction of seeing the powerful grovel. And there promises to be much more. Hooray!

1 comment:

Tom Degan's Daily Rant said...

As Jimmy Paige once wrote - or was it Robert Plant? - "It makes me wonder". I wonder what defect it is in the psychological makeup of a group of human beings that would have them putting the health and well being of millions of other human beings behind the private profit of a very few. Most of these lawmakers who live in the pockets of the Plutocracy call themselves "Christians". Have they ever made a serious study of the books? You know! - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John? - Those guys! How do they justify their actions? How do they sleep at night? We're talkin' major hypocrisy here! That's what makes them so much fun to watch! I always get a certain twisted delight in watching their fake piety. Imagine Wendy O. Williams being cast as Bernadette of Lourdes; or Marilyn Manson as Mahatma Gandhi. It's kind of the same thing.

Sooner or later our right wing friends, within the Congress and without, are going to be forced to admit that the era of anything goes deregulation was a really stupid idea. You can only sit calmly in a burning house, ignoring the flames all about you, for just so long. Sooner or later you'll be forced to flee for your life. After making your escape, if you still refuse to acknowledge that the house is indeed on fire, you're beyond the point where you can make rational decisions on your own. You've entered Librium Country, hombre!


Tom Degan