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These Goldman guys are mad because I think there were targeted at at this time and they think they didn't violate the law.
I'm not at all sure they violated the law but I do believe that -- that there was no underlying merits of the transactions.
And that's what I think we need to look at and that's how I think we need to structure whatever.
Is done on them on the regulatory side.
OK so while most of Watson and bass and Australia's former President Bill Clinton was really Wall Street here owners president.
Questioning whether Goldman Sachs in -- law.
Woods may be the first time ever about our Jonathan Hoenig is saying Bernie MacBook and some of them what what do you make of that.
Well in the former president -- isn't alone I mean even 40% of yes these scenes alone border doesn't think that Goldman Sachs committed fraud and the president also alluded to the timing of these charges and now -- a little -- it's five people on the board had -- three to -- decision you make it seem they're candidates.
Well -- before we go ahead and press charges again no I don't exactly agents but.
It it it seems like at best that technicality but it seems -- obviously is part about a campaign from the White House to basically say we're not only Goldman Sachs but really did there investing community just invaded with health -- they're gonna -- these all these Wall Street guys -- evil -- -- meisters.
The push to reform which of course has more control but image and this just -- -- global pattern right to -- we've seen this that there isn't a zeal to go after the -- -- -- Every action -- -- -- to their hair and there are a number of things going on with Goldman stressful yes the timing most banks and I'm from what I understand.
This case is being attacked eighteen months by the FCC.
The hope -- medications come out.
Oh suddenly that the case against school Goldman nothing to gain if Goldman on these mile Mississippi you know that's -- -- good at taking Mifflin nine about risks.
It's very interest in that wanna find two missing cool if Coleman has taken mystical faith belief that -- -- that going to win otherwise they would.
Take the risk do you want intrigued that the longer you've been on my show the more you're becoming me.
I want to be so yeah I had.
Yeah Paul yeah it was very I don't even have got a field of education and -- -- worry health -- for education -- one out of straight.
And so Andrew what do you negatives of -- -- a sudden now that it did this guns at least confuses the left on how to deal that's.
Bill Clinton's good at that I mean there are many times isn't the first time when -- said I love Bill Clinton yelling at the -- off the wrong song content type.
I think the left does have a problem and I'll go back to my -- I wrote today in the dealing with I -- -- take on the willingness of the -- I've read every Thursday that a -- in this in this Thursday.
I wrote about how they needed distraction help people don't like Wall Street more then the bankers.
But my issue here too is the privacy the releasing of these emails what kind of precedent does that set.
So let's say any Republican senator or any democratic senator and they both do it.
Can -- is stop them from it from us from calling us up the Cavuto show and looking at our emails and making -- an example of.
I remind everyone else in the -- good episodes you've got to love -- I'm kind.
Obviously we're gonna get some sort of an answer reform I know it might be the lead I still that we're gonna get I don't know what is going to be his rescue fund for banks or whether -- ultimately have a policy about -- -- We're gonna get something.
Yes we will get something and I think what we saw with the Goldman testimony the other day.
Was -- Lloyd Blankfein actually took a step back good he was perceived as one of these arrogant elitists from Wall Street but he actually took a step back he answered every question.
They talk there's exacts talk protected not ours are -- the -- and I love them here nobody in that -- question.
It did -- he did what he could have taken a Fifth Amendment I mean it's trusted it's been I have the last ten and a half hours and he did they answered most of the questions that's what about what.
But if anything he did paint the picture of Wall Street he was the face -- Wall Street at that time so as far as financial reform it Blankfein denied.
Actually received a sympathy card which in my opinion he did but he did it then yet there would have been heavy -- -- reform.
I don't think we're gonna have that at the end of reform right now because now I think Goldman and everybody else in southern Manhattan right now is getting that sympathy but you think and the senate finance -- -- -- -- -- -- -- an -- -- -- I haven't they will they tell -- -- left its commitment and yet then and the tea parties and the farm -- of them.
-- and of course will be a target in the false connection I think the Democrats have tried to make is that lets say I think you'll -- -- guilty of the fraud.
Had nothing to do with the financial collapse it was a question of disclosure but that's what can the Democrats and left to try to do some -- -- heavy investment community.
For caught in the finance -- claps.
It doesn't hold true.
And does next Donovan has your house I've heard these guys -- -- -- birthmarks and out there right now right in the.
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