Bankster of the Day
"This is an issue of 'we' and 'they,'" Mr. Levitt said. "Compensation is a part of it, but a symbolic part of it. We are a centrist nation ... We're now shifting to the left pretty far in terms of business-bashing and it has reached extremes of incivility that are intolerable."
Got your 401(k), Arthur? How's your house? Got a job? Health care when you need it? Good. I'm happy for you.
Now, you and your golfing buddies lost millions of Americans all of those things when you looted our economy.
Come back and talk to me about being civil when you've joined them.
UPDATE And, Art -- if I may call you Art -- you might want to reflect on these words from Paul Volcker:
Paul Volcker, former Federal Reserve chairman, spoke for many of the attendees when he acknowledged that "we're in a government-dependent financial system; I never thought I'd see the day."
That means that I own you, not the other way round. Try to make nice, wouldja?