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Wham-O Moves Back to America


Cartoonist: Tom Toles


This just in. Somali Pirates Say They Are Subsidiary of Goldman Sachs:

Eleven indicted Somali pirates dropped a bombshell in a U.S. court today, revealing that their entire piracy operation is a subsidiary of banking giant Goldman Sachs.
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Born to Lose

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Cartoonist: Nate Beeler


The Castrating, Break Line Cutting, Double Indemnity Buying, Russian Roulette Spinning Goldman Sachs Synthetic CDO Analogy


Cartoonist: R.J. Matson


The SEC has slammed down hard on Goldman Sachs. In Goldman CEO to Perform Community Service as Treasury Secretary:

In a settlement of the government’s securities fraud case against Goldman Sachs, the bank’s CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, has agreed to perform two years of community service as Treasury Secretary of the United States.

These F**king Guys


Cartoonist: R.J. Matson


Cartoonist: Mike Luckovich





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SEC Porno, nothing funny I could find!

I thought for sure, because I and ZeroHedge made fun of it immediately, there would be a slew of funnies on the SEC porno surf (reality is they are way statistically below the jerk off percentage at work, nationwide, literally!).

I don't know if it's because searching on keyword porn immediately pulls up all sorts of nasty or what, but I could not find one funny thing out there! Where are the comedians, that is really a scream story. (and one that is not relevant, in spite of the headlines really).

That said, on the Wham-O spoof, that Chinese interview is very real. Check it out. China wants our best industries, advanced R&D, tech and they have captured them to boot. They don't want our crappy low skilled industries, i.e. toys. That interview is real and check out the attitude.

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China wants the good stuff.

Of course China wants our best industries? Why would they want our worst ones? Business is business.

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global domination

That's right, but it's not business, that's our national economy. The point is China is portrayed in America as this cheap labor destination and nothing could be further from the truth. They are out to be the most dominant and largest global economy. In terms of "Business is business" this implies the United States and it's attitude towards it's industries is stuck on stupid. To let these critical industries move to China and hollow out U.S. businesses and the economy means what it implies. The U.S. will lose, the national economy will lose.

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You cannot excape Planning

Once we say we need planning, we say the obvious to every common sense American. This leaves out the 'free traders' the US Chamber of Communists, and the rest of the usual suspect whose ideas got us where we are.

Let's not play around here, this is about national survival as much as economics with a totalitarian power hell bent on doing 3 million DDoS attacks daily on the Pentagon and with 160 MIRVed Nukes pointed at as we speak.

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