JP Morgan's Jamie Dimon faces House committee - US politics live

Jun 19, 2012 Full story: The Guardian 48

JP Morgan chief executive Jamie Dimon appears today before the House of Representatives financial services committee.

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#1 Jun 19, 2012
What about Jon Corzine???? How about MF Global? What about all the money he lost from New Jersians while in office? It's clear that he's incompetent and a thief at heart. He is also Obama's economic advisor.
Obama is very stupid for telling us that. Very stupid indeed. Biden,well, there's no words to describe the stupidity of Biden but he sure loves Jon Corzine as much as Obama does.
How did Americans become so stupid as to vote for these numbskulls?.

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#2 Jun 19, 2012
Strange, they keep at this guy and have totally gone silent on one of Obama's biggest bundlers who lost clients money, JP Morgan simply lost a very small percentage of THEIR OWN MONEY. No big deal. This is just hypocritical.

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#3 Jun 19, 2012
Eighthman wrote:
What about Jon Corzine???? How about MF Global? What about all the money he lost from New Jersians while in office? It's clear that he's incompetent and a thief at heart. He is also Obama's economic advisor.
Obama is very stupid for telling us that. Very stupid indeed. Biden,well, there's no words to describe the stupidity of Biden but he sure loves Jon Corzine as much as Obama does.
How did Americans become so stupid as to vote for these numbskulls?.
http://www.humanevents.com/2012/04/25/good-ne...

"Apparently “vaporization” doesn’t mean jail time when you make a billion dollars disappear, which is probably for the best, since it would be tough on C-SPAN to cover Congress if they were all in prison. "

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#4 Jun 19, 2012
While being questions Most of the House members ask for insider information and gave Jamie updated resumes.
harvey

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#5 Jun 19, 2012
Eighthofaman wrote:
What about Jon Corzine???? How about MF Global? What about all the money he lost from New Jersians while in office? It's clear that he's incompetent and a thief at heart. He is also Obama's economic advisor.
Obama is very stupid for telling us that. Very stupid indeed. Biden,well, there's no words to describe the stupidity of Biden but he sure loves Jon Corzine as much as Obama does.
How did Americans become so stupid as to vote for these numbskulls?.
What about sticking to the subject for once in your miserable life?
harvey

Columbus, OH

#6 Jun 19, 2012
Ballybunghole wrote:
Strange, they keep at this guy and have totally gone silent on one of Obama's biggest bundlers who lost clients money, JP Morgan simply lost a very small percentage of THEIR OWN MONEY. No big deal. This is just hypocritical.
Another wingnut who can't stick the subject, but suffers from Obama Derangement Syndrome...LOL
harvey

Columbus, OH

#7 Jun 19, 2012
Les Spambot wrote:
While being questions [sic] Most [sic] of the House members ask for insider information and gave [sic] Jamie updated resumes.
When unable to find anything in Drudge to rip off and post silly comments to, Spambot falls back on making up crazy s--t and pretending its real. Derangement, to be sure.:)

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#8 Jun 19, 2012
the debt per day is $3.6 billion, debt per hour is $150 million, and debt per minute is $2.5 million.

This hearing lasted approximately 256 minutes, or 4 hours and 16 minutes. Which means that Congress borrowed about $640 million dollars during the time it grilled Dimon.

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#9 Jun 19, 2012
How about putting Obama's economic adviser, Jon Corzine in the hot seat? He lost billions of investor's money. Dimon lost his company's own money. Big Deal. It's a drop in the bucket to them. If democrats are so anti-capitalist, why don't they go after a real crook like Corzine? What a bunch of hypocrites.
harvey

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#10 Jun 19, 2012
LLT1 wrote:
the debt per day is $3.6 billion, debt per hour is $150 million, and debt per minute is $2.5 million.
This hearing lasted approximately 256 minutes, or 4 hours and 16 minutes. Which means that Congress borrowed about $640 million dollars during the time it grilled Dimon.
So in your opinion, Dimon and his fellow Wall St. thugs are a-OK for gambling trillions and bankrupting the world economy, or risking more billions and threatening the recovery....but somehow the government is MORE to blame because it spends money to fix what Wall St. screwed up????

Jesus, that's Rightie intellectualism for you...:)
harvey

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#11 Jun 19, 2012
Eighthofaman wrote:
How about putting Obama's economic adviser, Jon Corzine in the hot seat? He lost billions of investor's money. Dimon lost his company's own money. Big Deal. It's a drop in the bucket to them. If democrats are so anti-capitalist, why don't they go after a real crook like Corzine? What a bunch of hypocrites.
The desperate attempt to distract from Wall St.'s criminality continues, as does the Rightie obsession with punishing a FORMER Dem Governor, Corzine.

If he's guilty of something, he will be tried and found guilty. Meanwhile, stop evading!
Gary

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#12 Jun 19, 2012
Oh wow! The House committee. The Republican House committee.
They will be sure to give this guy the velvet glove
treatment. It's a good opportunity for upper-crust a$$-kissing Republicans to schmooze with a member of the ruling class. The Republicans can all get in line with their kneepads on. They got some major sucking to do.

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#13 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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So in your opinion, Dimon and his fellow Wall St. thugs are a-OK for gambling trillions and bankrupting the world economy, or risking more billions and threatening the recovery....but somehow the government is MORE to blame because it spends money to fix what Wall St. screwed up????
Jesus, that's Rightie intellectualism for you...:)
Im - NO I do not belive that. I believe we have thugs all the way from NYC to the White House on every street.

What say you about John Corzine? Is he less of a thief Harv? You Raving Liberal Know it All.

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#14 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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The desperate attempt to distract from Wall St.'s criminality continues, as does the Rightie obsession with punishing a FORMER Dem Governor, Corzine.
If he's guilty of something, he will be tried and found guilty. Meanwhile, stop evading!
Yea he would be tried and found guilty, if he were prosecuted - with Eric Holder in the House, that will NEVER happen

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#15 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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So in your opinion, Dimon and his fellow Wall St. thugs are a-OK for gambling trillions and bankrupting the world economy, or risking more billions and threatening the recovery....but somehow the government is MORE to blame because it spends money to fix what Wall St. screwed up????
Jesus, that's Rightie intellectualism for you...:)
You obviously know nothing about business. JPMorgan lost less than 1% of their assets, THEIR assets BTW, not clients money, not the governments money and they asked for no bailout. This was just a hypocritical sideshow to flex their imaginary muscles. Now, back to Jon Corzine, who DID USE & LOSE CLIENTS MONEY - a big no no, clients money is not to be used for what good ole' Jonny Boy did, to try to save MF Global. So, not only was he breaking the rules HE LOST OVER 2 BILLION DOLLARS of investors money, never to be found, has no idea where it went and the senate is wasting time with JPMorgan's pittance of a loss? And what did we hear from congress? Right, crickets. OH, right, Jonny Boy is a major or they major campaign bundler for Obama and we all know that Obama takes very good care of his friends. Hypocrits all.

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#16 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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So in your opinion, Dimon and his fellow Wall St. thugs are a-OK for gambling trillions and bankrupting the world economy, or risking more billions and threatening the recovery....but somehow the government is MORE to blame because it spends money to fix what Wall St. screwed up????
Jesus, that's Rightie intellectualism for you...:)
So in your opinion, Obama and his fellow White House Tugs are a-OK for gambling trillions of TAXPAYER funds, bankrupting the Federal Reserve and the U.S. Economy.

I find it interesting and disturbing that you applaud Government spending money to fix what Wall Street "Screwed Up", and at the very same time Government Officials are pocketing massive quantities of campaign donations from the very same people they are spending money on to "fix" the problem.

Boy...that's just crazy isn't it?

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#17 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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So in your opinion, Dimon and his fellow Wall St. thugs are a-OK for gambling trillions and bankrupting the world economy, or risking more billions and threatening the recovery....but somehow the government is MORE to blame because it spends money to fix what Wall St. screwed up????
Jesus, that's Rightie intellectualism for you...:)
Do you not understand the difference between Taxpayer Borrowed Funds and Private Investment? Oh, that's right, Libs DON'T understand that. They think everybody's money is theirs.

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#18 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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What about sticking to the subject for once in your miserable life?
hahahahaha 90% of you post are off topic rants and personal attacks you bloody twit. Put your head back up your ass, you're too ugly to be around anybody but other jackasses.

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#19 Jun 19, 2012
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Do you not understand the difference between Taxpayer Borrowed Funds and Private Investment? Oh, that's right, Libs DON'T understand that. They think everybody's money is theirs.
harvey's paid to not understand.........under his many names. The paid bots are here for nothing more that to use Saul Alinsky's rules for radicals........they care nothing for America or how stupid they look.

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#20 Jun 19, 2012
harvey wrote:
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The desperate attempt to distract from Wall St.'s criminality continues, as does the Rightie obsession with punishing a FORMER Dem Governor, Corzine.
If he's guilty of something, he will be tried and found guilty. Meanwhile, stop evading!
Keep drinking the Kool Aid, Fool

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