NYT: Clintons Drew Goldman Close As Crisis Struck

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    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/25/us/politics/bill-hillary-clinton-goldman-sachs.html?_r=0
    By NICHOLAS CONFESSORE and SUSANNE CRAIG

    MOD NOTE: Copied article trimmed.
     
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    i thought new york times was biased so why should we this story seriously?
     
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    Dang, did you copy the whole article? Isn't that against the rules here?
     
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    Every news organization is biased depending on the content

    She is crooked , hope she is jailed along with the Wall Street crooks
     
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    Uh, no idea!
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    So? I can find interesting articles anywhere. If it's interesting, it's interesting.
     
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    i wasn't really directing that comment towards you though so i hope you didn't take it personally.

    more to the other people on this forum who refute any site that isn't a hard right site. but now that the nytimes has been reported on this (and they have throughout this whole election) i just want them to be consistent in their disdain for a no-good globalist newspaper who doesn't care about america (their words)
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    except but its really not. established news paper reporting isn't biased. i'll give you that its not 0% but very little when it comes to just reporting facts.
     
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    Nice quick deflection
     
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    Cankles has Goldman Sachs hanging like a millstone around her neck.
     
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    Not a deflection. I am on my way out the door and don't have time to read and respond to the article. I'll be over soon. Get the Klondike bars ready for me. It's a hot one out today! :D
     
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    Going to knottfest in a few , last nights ozzfest was good
     
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    Right. Because in 2011 Goldman and Blankfein were still being totally shunned and disgraced by everyone, everywhere at all times, no matter what the issue. Yea, that's the way I remember it... :rolleyes:

    The New York Times further debases and disgraces itself.
     
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    wait you were at a black sabbath concert? jealous, i am. don't like metal that much, but i can dig sabbath for whatever reason
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    what is this post supposed to mean?
     
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    Okay. Read the article. It's good. I think it makes some very valid points and criticisms. Like on a number of issues, she has tried to play on both sides of the fence here rather than making up her mind and sticking with it. Although pretty much any politician changes position on things, including Trump and even Bernie.

    And Nick Confessore is an excellent journalist. I trust his judgement on an issue. But if people are looking for some sort of prosecution of financial industry execs, that isn't happening. Not just under a Clinton or Obama presidency but not under a Trump one either. Or even a Johnson one. Maybe a Stein one, but that is never ever going to happen. Ever.
     
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    I doubt under Stein. Bankers have too good lawyers.
     
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    unless both parties come down hard on them nothing will change. that wells fargo stunt is a ****ing disgrace. and the CEO talks the biggest game about "looking at actions and how you care about people" it must be a feature in the banking industry.
     
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    Ozzfest Saturday & Knottfest on Sunday
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    I am TOAST , got home 3 am on Sunday morning and got home today at 2 AM today, came in to work at 8 feeling like crap but with a happy daughter.
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    sadly BOTH sides are in the pockets of wall street. :(
     
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    Wow. You were out later than me! I was at Magic Mountain, stopped off for food and got home around 1:30 am :D
     
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    i went to sleep at 11pm after working for 8 hours
     
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    I went to sleep at midnight, woke up at 5am.
     
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    how? there was a stretch for about 1-2 months in college i was getting 4-5 hours of sleep a day because i had so many things going on. felt like killing myself
     
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    got in the habit of it. Working full time, doing 5 college classes, 2 kids, lots of stuff I want to do. And God bless coffee.
     
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    dang that sounds busy. ive never drank coffee in my life and i hope i don't ever
     
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    I went to sleep at 12:00 after a men's ice hockey game in which there were a total of 16 penalties (teams don't like each other) and I only committed one of those and still think the call was ********.
     
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    coffee only in the morning, the ulcer does not like coffee of spicy food after 5 pm :(
     
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    what classes are you taking
     

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