Saturday, February 7, 2009

When I bounce a check, they charge me $35. When they bounce the economy, they charge me $700 Billion. I'm in the wrong business.

After Uproar, Wells Fargo Calls Off Trip to Las Vegas

They need to learn that they now operate under a microscope that has 300 million pairs eyes peering down upon them.

Did they not learn from the mistakes of AIG and their spa junkets, Citi Group and their $50 Million jet purchase, or BofA's lavish $10 Million Super Bowl extravaganza? Of course they did. They learned that while they may get a public slap on the wrist, they will never be held truly accountable. They discovered that while we cry foul, they will never have to stand trial for raping our country's economy and then using taxpayer money to do it again. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting the outcome to be different.

It is time to hold their feet to the fire and this time, use real feet and real fire

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