I got a better idea, fuck face.
How about prosecuting the asshole bankers, who took the deposits of hard working/lazy Americans and gambled it away—like degenerate OTB guys? How about that, huh?
CNBC is now frothing from the mouth, angered by the amount of coin being minted on the short side. They know bad markets equal bad ratings, resulting in horrendous ad rates. So, after all of their bullshit CNBC sponsored failed rumors (Gasparino, Faber, Pisani, Cramer, Maria the Whore), they are now inviting guests to demand the ‘prosecution of the short sellers.’
This is classic/ Orwellian bullshit.
While it’s true, many short sellers are egregious, with their rumors and ‘reverse hype.’ However, it is FAR MORE pervasive on the long side.
It is not the short seller that caused the bleeding out of 401k plans and pension funds. No. Instead, it’s a combination of the borderline criminal behavior of investment bankers and Wall Street deal makers, pushing the envelope on leveraged bets, and the fucktarded stewardship of most money managers out there—unable to protect their assets under management.
If we are going to have a witch hunt, let’s string up the guy who took the life savings of a retired coal miner, then invested it in a CDO squared!
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