Bank Bailouts Explained

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    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yipV_pK6HXw]YouTube - ‪Bank Bailouts Explained‬‏[/ame]
     
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    and expressing their gratitude to the American public.....
    After Taking A $10 Billion Bailout, Goldman Sachs Announces It Will Outsource 1,000 Jobs To Singapore | ThinkProgress

    Less than three years after receiving $10 billion in bailout money from American taxpayers, Goldman Sachs informed its employees recently that it will fire 1,000 workers in the United States and elsewhere, shifting their jobs to the cheaper Singaporean labor market.

    According to Fox Business, Goldman Sachs has quietly informed workers and lawmakers of its plan to outsource 1,000 jobs in an attempt to inoculate itself from the impending blowback:
     
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    Goldman Sach's was basically saved by the Bailouts. In fact..they come back so strong that they've made record profits. And to show their patriotism and thanks..they move 1,000 jobs offshore.

    Conservatives are advocating for these pukes, why? :lol:
     
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    For the same reason every villain, every dictator, every political monster that ever existed never had any problem finding willing tools to do their bidding.
     

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