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   It is hard to believe that anyone in main stream would be more inane and brown nosing than "Faux News". But Forbes Harry Binswanger (whom Taibbi says could be "Harry Kingbanger" or "Harry Wandwanker") sucks up to Goldman Sachs with his Forbes OpEd article absurdly titled "Give Back? Yes, It's Time for the 99% to Give Back to the 1%". In that story that also (believe it or not) by Wanger-banter-banger defends Ayn Rand, states the following ridiculous remarks;

Imagine the effect on our culture, particularly on the young, if the kind of fame and adulation bathing Lady Gaga attached to the more notable achievements of say, Warren Buffett. Or if the moral praise showered on Mother Teresa went to someone like Lloyd Blankfein, who, in guiding Goldman Sachs toward billions in profits, has done infinitely more for mankind. (Since profit is the market value of the product minus the market value of factors used, profit represents the value created.)

Instead, we live in a culture where Goldman Sachs is smeared as “a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity.” That’s for the sin of successful investing, channeling savings to their most productive uses, instead of wasting them on government boondoggles like Solyndra and bridges to nowhere.

   Harvey Swingfanger didn't link to Matt 's "vampire squid"; but it irked Taibbi enough that he responded in kind. Thank G-d Rolling Stone (who had put on its September 2012 cover Taibbi's article "Greed and Debt: The True Story About Mitt Romney and Bain Capital") this time did not find it necessary to edit out Matt Taibbi's mention of yours truly eToys case as one of the cases to refute the premise that Goldman Sachs is better than Mother Teresa.

                                            More Below the Fold....

Goldman Sachs & Bain Capital Conspired to Destroy eToys

    To sum up the issues at hand germane to this D writer, Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital utilize the same law firm in Delaware of Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnel ("MNAT"). That law firm lied to the Delaware bankruptcy court and confessed it did so about Goldman Sachs. Then MNAT - while benefiting from Perjury acts - handpicked a cohort in crime (Paul Traub) to be the one to prosecute Goldman Sachs in the New York Supreme Court case of eToys (renamed ebc1 when Bain Capital stole the domain names) versus Goldman Sachs (case number 601805/2002).

CAN Frank Nitti be allowed to pick a friend to prosecute Al Capone?

                                                 Of course not!


   Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi has yet to get into this issue; but it is all going to come out real soon. Because Mitt Romney WAS the CEO of Bain Capital in 2001, when the crimes began - and that IS News! Yours truly alleges (and can give good proof) that the one of the reasons Romney wants to be "retroactively" resigned from August 2001 - back to February 11, 1999 - is to dodge his culpability for organized crimes. The picture to the right is by Rmuse from who wrote many good stories about Racketeering Romney. The chart above shows you that there's no 6-degrees of separation between the culprits.

Can Al Capone "retroactively" dodge Tax Evasion by simply giving back some now?

                                                 Of course not!

Matt Taibbi's Spank of Forbes Wanker on Goldman Sachs eToys Scams

     So Harry Binswanger suggest that the 99% owes the 1% even more (than the 1% steals/deals already). So much so that Taibbi says Binswanger actually states that anyone getting over $1 million a year should never pay any tax. For Real!

      To the notion that Goldman Sachs is good for the world (and better than Mother Teresa) Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi has much evidence to the contrary to say in his Blog article titled; "Forbes Calls Goldman CEO Holier Than Mother Teresa". What excites yours truly is that Taibbi went out of his way to speak out about our eToys case and how Goldman Sachs is not a nice guy (and was classy about it all in a way I'll tell you later). This is what Matt Taibbi said about eToys;

"Just for yuks, let's fill Binswanger in on some of the ways Goldman has made its money over the years. This is just the stuff they've been caught for, by the way.

•  Way back in 1999, several eras of corruption ago, Goldman serially engaged in manipulation of the IPO markets, including illegal tactics like "spinning" and "laddering," where insiders and top bank clients would be allowed to buy shares in new companies at severely discounted prices, sometimes in return for investment banking business or for promises that those insiders would jump back into the bidding later to jack up the price artificially. In a famous case involving eToys, Goldman paid a $7.5 million settlement for allowing insiders to buy shares at $20, far below the $75 shares the company traded on opening day. The secret discounts might have cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars. The firm went bankrupt in short order, by the way".

Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital are in BIG Trouble

        Reuters new story that Taibbi links to in his remarks "a famous case involving eToys" - has an errant title that states everything is now over.

       We regret to inform Reuters/Westlaw reporter Tom Hals got it wrong with his title of the story that; "Goldman Sachs finally ends litigation over 1999 eToys IPO"

It ain't over till Laser Haas quits!

        Once again, I'm compelled to go back to the issues at hand. The Delaware Bankruptcy Court already punished Morris Nichols Arsht & Tunnel ("MNAT") - who is the law firm for Goldman Sachs in Delaware.

        It is a matter of court docket record - archived - that MNAT lied about its connections to Mattel, GECC, Bain Capital and Goldman Sachs. Then MNAT actually was forced to CONFESS it's bad faith in 2005; because MNAT got "caught".

        At that time the Delaware Bankruptcy Court punished MNAT and addressed the fact that MNAT should be disqualified (removed from the case); but then the judge said the case is now over and it would not be practical to remove MNAT now. You can see the Delaware Bankruptcy Court Opinion at the Court's website (and - HERE).

That was in 2005 and here we are 8 years later -the case is still going strong.

         What Taibbi should be addressing (and hasn't yet) is that, in essence, Goldman Sachs sued Goldman Sachs and Goldman Sachs decided to "settle" with Goldman Sachs to give back $7 million of the hundreds of millions it stole from eToys a decade ago. Plus, some of that $7 million is going to Goldman Sachs law firm.

                                  It is all so ILLEGALLY absurd!

Goldman Sachs Law Firm Partner Was a U. S. Attorney For 7 Years

          Now this is the REAL BIG story. It is Mitt Romney's ultimate "retroactive" secret. If Matt Taibbi would simply be allowed to point out this fact, by just asking the question of "How is it that Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital were not investigated by the Delaware United States Attorney Colm Connolly; who worked for the MNAT law firm that represents Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital"?

Then this whole case would be over!

          Here's the proof from the Department of Justice Office of Legal Policy permanent ARCHIVED website; it is the resume of Colm Connolly that shows he was an Assistant United States Attorney until 1999. At that time he then became a partner of MNAT. Then in August 2001 Colm Connolly was promoted out of MNAT to the post of United States Attorney of Delaware.

Where Colm Connolly then refused to investigate his former partners & clients!

          And that's not the rest of the story. When I reported this to the Public Corruption Task Force in Los Angeles on December 7, 2007, when the answer was due 12 weeks later, the Department of Justice Public Corruption Task Force was SHUT DOWN and career federal prosecutors were purportedly THREATENED to keep their mouths shut or ELSE!

See the L.A. Times story "Shake-up roils federal prosecutors"!


       It is hard to believe that so much can go on in a few cases and yet no one is being arrested, indicted and prosecuted. But it is much harder to comprehend that the Department of Justice personnel in the ranks can snow their bosses so much.

For surely it must be that Eric Holder has No Idea!

       Be that as it may, Goldman Sachs can not be permitted to settle several hundred millions of dollars in fraud for just $7 million. It is ABSURD!

        What is even much more bogus is that a United States Attorney was allowed to bury such massive frauds and CONFESSED acts of Perjury (more than 33) - and still let the White Collar Pirates keep the keys to the vaults they are fleecing. Even the Judge, in here OPINION of October 4, 2005 (on page 16) stated that it would be wrong to punish plaintiff and reward conflicted attorneys;

but that's exactly what is happening in eToys case!

       Goldman Sachs is attempting to settle how much it stole from eToys and give back a few million out of the hundreds of millions Goldman Sachs stole. The same attorneys who are doing this fraud just so happen to also work for Mitt Romney's Bain Capital. MNAT represents Bain Capital in the $83 million Kay Bee Toys fraud that Michael Glazer paid Bain Capital when he paid himself $18 million; before filing bankruptcy of Kay Bee.

And Paul Traub asked to be the Prosecutor of Glazer and Bain.

       If ANYONE other than yours truly reports the fact, asks the questions or says that Bain Capital stole/sold eToys federal bankruptcy estate goods to Bain Capital/ Kay Bee then Toys R Us (which is owned by Bain Capital) will have to give back the stolen property of eToys.

       Obviously, if yours truly were sitting in his eToys chair that Barry Gold is now sitting in, Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital could never get away with their fraud. That is why yours truly was thrown out after I turned down the $850,000 bribe offer and chance to become Mitt Romney's partner. Almost all my friends and family says I;m stupid for doing so.

                                       What do you think?

      All we can do is hope and pray that somebody (and I would love for it to be Taibbi) will point out all these issues. Evil Robber Barons want to SEAL all this stuff from public view. As is reported by the New York Times March 2013 article "Rigging the I.P.O. Game" - the entire case of eToys v Goldman Sachs is under SEAL. One reason the crooks put that under SEAL is due to the fact yours truly kept digging and finding more frauds. Including the fact that;

MNAT Destroyed eToys Books & Records (HERE).

            That's Obstruction of Justice - via Perjury - to Destroy Evidence!

N'est-ce pas!


    Having had a discussion with some venerates of the realm. Including those who do and do not believe in my postings, I'm taking advice from experts upon high. Including persons who are attorneys at law that care about what is going on in our cases; and people who are experts with vast experience.

     Some people want yours truly banned and have been able to BAIT me into arguments that are really an exercise in futility. It is a fact that those of us in eToys who have been fighting the case for a decade are victims of organized crime. Our adversaries are Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital and autocrats of the most heinous kind.

     If you are decent and care about the suffering of others, then it should be easy for you to put yourself in my shoes and think about the following;

How would you feel, if you had your career destroyed, your life savings stolen and your family, friends and others harmed by White Collar organized criminals?

      To then come to a place where fellow Progressives should be sympathetic to your plight. But - INSTEAD - you have to endure assaults (usually be the same persons over and over again) calling you a nut, liar and CT!


      What our conundrum is, no matter how strong the evidence may be, is that it is absolutely stupid to tell your own story; especially when your opponents are Goldman Sachs and Bain Capital. People inherently turn a deaf ear. Someone else should be telling this tale - IT IS a Prize capable story. But they can't. Matt Taibbi is a reporter. He actually doesn't work for Rolling Stone (as the front desk keeps telling me every time I call). Taibbi doesn't control the presses - the Editors DO!

      Somewhere there also seems to be an unwritten by-law that victims shouldn't tell their tale unless your are an attorney at law who graduated summa cum laude, have a PHD in English/Literature - and look like Rock Hudson.

       Yours truly didn't graduate from high school, has taken mock BAR exams (failing miserably) - and I'm overweight and ugly.  If the mobsters would have gone by those unwritten By-Laws, then maybe all of U.S. could have been spared this debacle.

But they didn't. The pirates tried to bribe me - and silly Laser turned it down.

        Regardless of your like or disdain of me, I'm staying in this battle. Why I engage in debate with people who argue in what I consider a disingenuous manner, is due to the fact that I actually give a damn about providing proof to the contrary of their argument. I'm now made well aware that such is a fools folly. If a person enters MY Diary and doesn't speak in what I consider a legitimate fashion - instead of arguing with them - I'm simply going to IGNORE them.

         It is a simple FACT that 2 law firms have admitted to Lying Under Oath. They are MNAT and Paul Traub. Martha Stewart went to jail for 6 months. Paul Traub, who was partners with Ponzi Schemer Tom Petters - that stole Polaroid by Ponzi Scheme monies - wound up with Polaroid for FREE. The Federal Receiver of Petters is the one who said Paul Traub was "controller" of Tom Petters Ponzi.

        Those who call me names - won't even admit the law firms LIED under Oath.

        Thus, the game is changed. I'm taking the advice of those who have vast more experience in dealing with naysays. Though I'm hurt that one I care about much, seems to think I'm mean; the fact of the matter is - I'm a real nice guy - and I care about this DK realm. So here are the new rules of my D.

1.  You don't like Laser Haas - TOUGH                                  - I don't care.
2.  For whatever reasons you don't believe what I have to say - I DON"T CARE.
3.  If you are not asking what I believe to be a legitimate question;
                                            I'm not going to answer you - it's just that simple.

    Finally, instead of explaining the whole story or a large amount of it, my D's from now on will try to compete with Twitter. To be as short as humanly possible. One venerate of this realm told me that he would lose juries if he put out a chart with 20 connections on it. That person (who originally took issue with my contentions) now wants to help me persuade good people here to pay attention; but his eyes roll over when he sees my charts/ pics etc.

     Therefore, I'm going to detail the crimes, doing so 1 by 1 per Diary - with new charts and graphs to do so. It will be much harder for bad faith parties to find fault with a point of fact D.

     Yours truly now has such good faith assistance that is so well persuasive-   another venerate of the realm is providing me with a gratis copy of MS Office and Photo Shop software - so that I can more readily provide better visual details for everyone's view.

     It is about to get real ladies and gentlemen. Romney's Bain Capital owns Clear Channel Communications, with 800 stations, over 100 million listeners and shows like Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck and more. Once I file against Romney himself, they are going to let loose the legions upon me. If you think the naysay is bad now - just wait a few weeks. My birthday is October 31 (yes THAT explains it all); before my b-day comes, I'm going to file the biggie.

    Clear Channel was founded by Red McCombs - who also owns Black Water

               I'm messing with a guy who has access to a Mercenary Army.

   Thus I need not bog myself down in banter futile with those hell bent to find fault!



 Our eToys case is a travesty of manifest injustice extraordinary and must be corrected - post haste!  It is a morale imperative


PLEASE Remember - Yours Truly is a Victim of Organized Crime!

     Meanwhile, on a good note - Trayvan's Mother's Petition is above 400,000
                              And many other similar battles continue

              Tomorrow - we are going to discuss lying under oath by John Gellene

                                                  Eat What You Kill

         I am going to reiterate a compliment given to me by someone all of you know. At first glance this legal professional didn't believe in me either. Since then the person has come around. (Said I could have persuaded the person sooner, had I been a better story teller; but that is why attorneys who represent themselves have a fool for a client - you are TOO involved).

         Anyway that person said "congrats, you've made a difference. No matter who gets credit for what, you said all along that Romney was lying about his tenure at Bain Capital; and you were vindicated on that. You also wanted to keep Bain Capital in the news - and in the news Bain Capital remains till this very day. It is also a fact that you didn't want Willard to become President of the United States and;

Romney didn't make it

                                     N'est-ce pas!

                                                        Laser has the truth -Molon Labe!



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  •  Mother Teresa ain't Mother Teresa (nt) (5+ / 0-)

    warning: snark above

    by NE2 on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 03:10:38 AM PDT

  •  It is not nice to speak ill of the dead, so I (1+ / 0-)
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    What I will do is point out that dollars are worthless, figments of the imagination, unless they are spent. Accumulating large hoards and counting them incessantly are obsessive behaviors to which humans may well be prone because the accumulative instinct they share with squirrels and rats and even beavers have been augmented by memory so they don't forget where they've left their stash. As a result, instead of randomly moving on like rodents, humans become fixated on what they have and just keep collecting more. Collecting figments of the imagination, especially in electronic form, is particularly attractive 'cause they don't take up any physical space at all. Pallets of bills being sent to Iraq called attention to themselves. Nobody notices Gates' bank accounts, unless he bruits about their size.

    Note: The way the U.S. system works, nobody knows how much money you have in the bank, unless you tell.

    So, Forbes' 400 are all braggarts.

    •  Calling greedheads braggarts is an ad hominem! (1+ / 0-)
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      It's like calling a vampire squid a blobfish, for gods sake.  How do you expect to further the discussion using such a vile tactic?

      "Well, yeah, the Constitution is worth it if you succeed." - Nancy Pelosi // Question: "succeed" at what?

      by nailbender on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 07:30:54 AM PDT

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      •  No, an ad hominem argument is one (1+ / 0-)
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        that discounts an argument because of some characteristic of the person making the argument.
        To call a person who's bragging a braggart is a direct reference to someone tooting his own horn, which I've been led to believe is entirely acceptable behavior in the U.S.

        •  I discussed this and argued about it with (0+ / 0-)

          people who were actually "ad hominem" attacking me.

          They argue that their ad hominem (attacking me for being fat & old - while staying totally away from the issue that Goldman Sachs & Bain Attorneys lied under oath) - is simply a good way to argue.

          They are conversations killers of the worst kind;
          and I'm glad they can't exist in other realms.

          Wikipedia has a wonderful pyramid illustration by Paul Graham - on the role "ad hominem" plays in debating.

          Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

          by laserhaas on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 09:04:41 AM PDT

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        •  Your irony detector is broken. (1+ / 0-)
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          And your lexicon is pretty beat up as well, although you did alter your definition of ad hominem so that it almost makes sense now.  

          Maybe you didn't read the second link in my parent post above?  

          "Well, yeah, the Constitution is worth it if you succeed." - Nancy Pelosi // Question: "succeed" at what?

          by nailbender on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 06:16:57 PM PDT

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        •  Oh, just a note: "greedheads" is an ad hominem. (0+ / 0-)

          That didn't tip you off that it was snark?

          "Well, yeah, the Constitution is worth it if you succeed." - Nancy Pelosi // Question: "succeed" at what?

          by nailbender on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 06:20:06 PM PDT

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      •  I have to concur with Hannah on this issue (0+ / 0-)

        though I do see your point.

        Your finding of facts and conclusions of law (or issues) is errant. Especially in this particular case.

        Such as the FACT where Mitt Romney boasted he makes millions of dollars each year from Bain Capital.

        Thus, if Bain Capital benefited from fraud,
        so has Pitten's.

        It is not a "vile" tactic - nor is it ad hominem;

        when your telling the truth!

        Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

        by laserhaas on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 08:53:34 AM PDT

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  •  Warren Buffett has certainly done more for (2+ / 0-)
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    laserhaas, virginislandsguy

    humanity than Mother Teresa.  And yes, I read Christopher Hitchens and his criticism of her.

    "The way to see by faith is to shut the eye of reason." - Thomas Paine

    by shrike on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 04:35:11 AM PDT

  •  Unless someone goes to jail I don't care nt (2+ / 0-)
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    laserhaas, Otteray Scribe

    nosotros no somos estúpidos

    by a2nite on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 06:27:02 AM PDT

    •  They may never go to jail in the era of SEC (2+ / 0-)
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      Pale Jenova, Otteray Scribe


      Where the SEC has tossed the eToys case into the trash can a dozen times (ya know, to make room in the file drawers for important cases - like Martha Stewart's).

      The entire Department of Justice has a hands off approach to cases involving Goldman Sachs & Bain Capital.

      That's because the SEC means

      "Selective Enforcement Commission"

      But I can tell you - the flame is get fuel;
      and the fry pan is getting hot for these tools in eToys.

      I just want back what they stole and stop them from doing the same again to others. Jail isn't necessary;

      but arrest of behavior IS!

      Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

      by laserhaas on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 06:34:12 AM PDT

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      •  What was stolen from you? (1+ / 0-)
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        eToys certainly never belonged to you, so what is it you want back?  

        •  You have no idea what you are talking about (0+ / 0-)


          In case you haven't noticed - more people are paying attention - it's only a matter of time before the whole scheme & artifice to defraud eToys

          falls apart.

          Give it a rest - will ya?

          They offered me a bribe, I turned it down and reported it to the DOJ. Colm Connolly then was made U.S. Attorney who buried the case.

          That is enough for a federal indictment right there.

          Then the crooks - surrounding me everywhere - put in a forgery stating my company gave away $3.7 million in fees & expenses.

          The court accepts that absurd notion;
          even AFTER MNAT & Traub confessed lying under oath.

          Barry Gold - a partner in the crimes - is sitting in my chair; and he is now the SOLE stockholder of eToys (renamed ebc1, inc., - after MNAT, Traub, Gold's secret clients Bain/Kay Bee stole domain name).

          If you are going to banter fallacy

          have some substance to your banter.

          Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

          by laserhaas on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 07:07:51 AM PDT

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          •  Fine and dandy (8+ / 0-)

            First point of substance:

            Barry Gold ... is now the SOLE stockholder of eToys
            False.  There is no stock in the defunct eToys company. Equity was extinguished. It says so right there in the order you've linked to many, many times.

            Second point of substance:

            They offered me a bribe, I turned it down and reported it to the DOJ. Colm Connolly then was made U.S. Attorney who buried the case.
            In none of your diaries have you ever offered a scintilla of evidence of that alleged bribe.  Without evidence, there is not, in fact, "enough for a federal indictment right there."

            The so-called evidence you offer with respect to Connelly can generously be described as flimsy.  He worked at MNAT (along with hundreds of other attorneys) and his appointment came in August 2001, according to you.  That's it. You've never offered anything more (other than your indecent suggestion that Connelly is connected to a murder case).

            Third point of substance

            Then the crooks - surrounding me everywhere - put in a forgery stating my company gave away $3.7 million in fees & expenses.
            Baloney.  As I detailed in a previous comment, you didn't bother to do anything that was required of you to get paid. You likewise leave out of the story you tell here the allegations by secured credtiors and lessors that their property was lost and/or damaged while in your care.  

            Fourth point of substance:

            Barry Gold - a partner in the crimes - is sitting in my chair
            That claim is demonstrably false. I've detailed this point as well, and that comment is plainly based on the actual documents.  You were never hired to manage the affairs of the eToys sale or the subsequent litigation; you never had court-approved authority to negotiate with potential buyers or to investigate eToys' financial affairs.

            Care to respond with facts?

            Ms. Empirical evidence

            •  VetGrl, you and yours must keep posting here (0+ / 0-)

              In the words of a great guest Blogger of the 1st Amendment Jonathan Turley Blog

              Mr. Mike Spindell

              You absolutely MUST keep posting here! I get such pleasure from reading your comments because you really believe them to be reasonable and insightful. Your intellectual hubris is a most pleasing self satire.
              Especially give facts contrary, such as your contention of no shred of evidence on bribery.

              I've testified to such - Under Penalty of Perjury - several times in federal court.

              But things like that, the fact that my adversaries are Goldman Sachs, Bain Capital and Paul Traub; where Traub has confessed to intentional fraud on the court.

              Those are the FACTS you disingenuously seek to obscure; while you assault & try to bully this victim of organized crime.

              Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

              by laserhaas on Tue Sep 24, 2013 at 08:49:37 AM PDT

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              •  Put up or shut up (0+ / 0-)

                VetGrl says you have never presented your evidence of a bribe.  Since you have posted innumerable diaries on the same subject, point to the one in which you present your evidence.

                "Well, I'm sure I'd feel much worse if I weren't under such heavy sedation..."--David St. Hubbins

                by Old Left Good Left on Wed Sep 25, 2013 at 11:46:46 AM PDT

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  •  Hope everyone is having a Great Day! (0+ / 0-)

    Tomorrow starts a new form of battle against bad faith.

    A venerate of the realm, who specializes in story telling and being an Expert in legal proceedings; gave me some advice.

    I'm going to utilize it - and change my style completely.

    This will be FUN!

    Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

    by laserhaas on Wed Sep 25, 2013 at 12:40:46 AM PDT

  •  Someone please (0+ / 0-)

    It's time for the ban hammer.  This is a conspiracy theory posted ad nauseum.

    "Well, I'm sure I'd feel much worse if I weren't under such heavy sedation..."--David St. Hubbins

    by Old Left Good Left on Wed Sep 25, 2013 at 11:48:03 AM PDT

  •  No matter what any may say. Taibbi said (0+ / 0-)

    the FAMOUS case involving eToys.

    They wanted me to join them and I said no.

    Nothing anyone can say or do - will change that event.


    Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

    by laserhaas on Wed Sep 25, 2013 at 09:06:15 PM PDT

  •  On a more positive note, this D was featured by (0+ / 0-)

    a new online magazine titled;

    "The Criminogenic Culture Daily"

    The editor shouted out to me on Twitter

    That's so cool!

    Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

    by laserhaas on Thu Sep 26, 2013 at 06:18:39 AM PDT

  •  AND - WOW - The WSJ is coming around. The (0+ / 0-)

    Bankruptcy Reporting section of WSJ had (previously) shied away from the issues apropos.

    But here they are today, digging into Tom Petters.

    It is only a matter of time before some Editor - SomeWhere - decides its time to try for the brass ring Pulitzer Prize

    and tells the WHOLE story

    Tom Petters stuff - 5 years later;
    by WSJ

    Mitt Romney was CEO of Bain until Aug 2001. Proof of Bain & Romney Fraud

    by laserhaas on Thu Sep 26, 2013 at 07:49:25 AM PDT

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