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williambanzai7's picture

THANK YOU AIG

Robert Benmosche, the tone deaf CEO of backdoor bailout queen American International Group, Inc., is a Randian who believes the solution to the financial crisis in Europe involves making people work until they’re 80, is still bitter Congress had the gall to question why employees in his bailed-out firm should have received multimillion-dollar bonuses in the midst of the financial crisis, and feels indignant that no one from the government said “thank you” to his firm when it was able to repay most of the emergency loan provided by Uncle Sam in 2008. [
Source: New York Magazine]

What do you think folks?

And: "God bless Tiny Tim"--Robert Benmosche

And check out Tim's latest haircut...

TIM GEITHNER 2013

 

 

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RISK

 

Lloyd is immersed in deep thought
Deciding which place he should squat
Despite where he chooses
The whole system loses
It's shit going into the pot!!!

The Limerick King

 

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williambanzai7's picture

Looks like the bag of shit read the post and told his executive assistant to junk everyone.

rocker's picture

Simply Funtastic.  Love the fatso.   Maybe he can get Hank Greenberg to say thanks. LOL

Die Weiße Rose's picture

WB7 - lOve yOur dADa heADlines !!!!

"the wOrld does nOt mAke seNSe, so whY shOuld I paint piCtURes that dO?"

pAB - LO  Pic - ASS - O

fukidontknow's picture

nice job Banzai7 little Tims' hair looks much more under control than his usual crazy style 

Heyoka Bianco's picture

I'm no Rand fan, but how can a Randian take a bailout? Would he instead, I don't know, chop up some poor people and sell them as dog food to raise cash?

The most infuriating notion of which you can't disabuse any statist (conscious or otherwise): that all these "loans" have been "paid back". They were recycled with taxpayer money from other sources, of course. Don't even get me started on the tax breaks that these shit bags got on their (excuse me, our) billions in loans, a break no small business or individual would ever get.

Wait a minute, looking where I'm posting. Sorry, didn't mean to preach to the choir, it's just these thievin' fucks get me all wound up.

asteroids's picture

This douche bag wants everyone to work to retirement age and beyond to raise taxes. Taxes that were used to bail out his company and pay for his retirement. What a prick.

willwork4food's picture

True that my meterological friend. I might add he better go long on escort security if he wants to keep the big prick that is attached to his slimey bod.

NotApplicable's picture

I know you do it as a matter of your signature style, but to me, your mixed case headlines detract from any meaning the words may have. I just realized I don't even read them anymore.

Funny pix as always, though. Kudos.

williambanzai7's picture

A headline is to signal attention. You won't find anything profound there. When you see the mixed case headlines on the verticle news aggregation lists, you will understand why is is practical.

You would abhor the Dadaists.

Of course if someone wants to pay me to do it another way, I'm all ears ;-)

DollarMenu's picture

Please, WB7 - do not change the headline lettering.

I look at that 'signature' as a sailor looks at a channel marker.

It means safe harbor R&R!

Sleepless Knight's picture

Is it me or does Lloyd look like Mini-me in that photo?

Marley's picture

I assume you're talking about the penis which I'm sure is photoshopped to appear bigger than real life.  Anyone that obsessed with money has to have a little pee pee.

Peter Pan's picture

Big strong buildings like the World Trade Centre just fall like a deck of cards and yet the financial deck of cards still stands arrogantly with the aid of lies, theft and arrogance.

By the way, the image and Limerick attaching to Lloyd is truly superb.

Flocking swans's picture

Never heard of the guy..... but I now have a rope w/ his name on it.

resurger's picture

+5 for WB and the resident poet, LK

pndr4495's picture

The perpetual tan of a Mozilo - what does that tell us?

petolo's picture

What pleasure and inspiration you bring me William after a hard day on the farm. Some right good, eh! Many, many thanks.

ebworthen's picture

Benmosche - another poster child for our modern nobility, the lords and ladies of the arrogant oppressive Kleptoligarchy.

Benmosche and his ilk do nothing; they are the leeches, ticks, fleas, bedbugs, blood flukes, and tapeworms on and in the body of the society - and they should be treated as such.

walküre's picture

The great physician orders a cleanse

LMAOLORI's picture

 

 

Just think geithner could be the next bernanke if obama's re-elected and he's even bigger on spending then banana ben 

 

Now, on to the role of Federal Reserve chairman under President Obama.

 It is slim pickings. At the top of the list is Lawrence Summers, Treasury secretary under President Clinton and director of the National Economic Council for President Obama. He’s a serious economist who knows his numbers and has a worldview that is similar to the president’s. He would be expected to continue the loose money policy of Mr. Bernanke.

 But one of the knocks against Mr. Summers is that he has a reputation for not playing well with others. He has had his own run-ins with the president. And if you consider the Treasury secretary and Federal Reserve chairman as a tag team, you would have to be confident that whomever you pick for Treasury secretary would get along well with Mr. Summers.

There are a couple of other names in the Democratic economist world, but virtually all of them would be long shots: Janet L. Yellen, the vice chairwoman of the Federal Reserve. She would be the first woman to run the Federal Reserve and could provide some continuity. Alan Krueger, an economist who was briefly an assistant secretary of the Treasury for economic policy under President Obama, is less of a classic choice, but is considered highly by the president.

If you want to be really daring, let’s add one more name to the list, perhaps the perfect candidate from the president’s perspective: Mr. Geithner. 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/49515868/page/2/

 

WALLST8MY8BALL's picture

America cant thank Mr. Bent-douche enough!