Mr. Dimon

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    don't like democrats no more.. heee hee
     
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    Who is Mr. Dimon?

    Did you mean Damon?
     
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    'Splains what that whole 'I support gay marriage' thing was about... shoring up the rebellious base.
     
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    Indeed...the Paid professional shit disturbers with no life, but have to screw up others' lives for ideology with the power of the Imperial Gubmint backing them because they can't make it any other way...Hard work is 'off limits'.
     
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    The “Volcker Rule,” a measure named for Paul A. Volcker, the former Federal Reserve chairman who proposed it, would restrict the ability of banks whose deposits are federally insured from trading for their own benefit.


    Definition of 'Glass-Steagall Act'
    An act passed by Congress in 1933 that prohibited commercial banks from collaborating with full-service brokerage firms or participating in investment banking activities.

    Read more: Glass-Steagall Act Definition | Investopedia
     
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    No! I mean Dimon.
     
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    So JP Morgan threw him under the bus, because they suck at managing their traders. I think there's others that should not punk out on their fiscal responsibilities, and decided to duck and hide, while making Jamie their sacrificial lamb.

    So the bottom line is we have huge bankers, that are capable of bankrupting our nation, making stupid choices and gambling like sailors on leave. Do we need tighter regulations on banks? You betcha.
     
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    Just as OBAMA is punking OUT on HIS responsibilities and EVADES his record Tick?
     
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    Wasn't his disparaging of Republican candidates just another publicity stunt, assuming it is indeed Matt Damon you're referring to?
     
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    He might like Democrats better than shareholders later this week.
     

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