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This is not the financial disaster you were looking for. You can go about your business. Move along.

In But seriously FEMA did a good job just between us on September 22, 2008 at 3:10 pm

Can we get John to stop being retarded?

Even after the last two independent I-banks said “our bad, see ya,” 3.5 trillion in wealth disappeared into thin air (wait we could’ve paid for health care and Iraq?), and every newspaper and editorial board in the country printed the same depressing (foot in mouth much, Phil?) summaries of how far we’ve been set back,

It also is a turning point for the high-rolling culture of Wall Street, with its seven-figure bonuses and lavish perks for even midlevel executives. It effectively returns Wall Street to the way it was structured before Congress passed a law during the Great Depression separating investment banking from commercial banking, known as the Glass-Steagall Act.

And with pictures like this (nb: previously worth a thousand words, now it’s owned by China)

Now is probably the worst time for John to keep using the stubborn “deregulation has basically been good” line. It’s like trying to say FEMA did a god job during Katrina.

Now Iran, there’s a Jedi mind trick that might still work.