"Wall Street prosecutions under Obama: Zilch," Washington Times, from American Thinker, by Jean-Claude Groulx
"For all the bluster of Obama, pre- and post-2008, as well as that of Attorney General Eric Holder concerning the alleged criminal activities on Wall Street, there have been zero Wall Street prosecutions under Obama/Holder. Compare that with his predecessors Bush and Clinton:
Bush: 1,300 convictions; Clinton: 1,000 convictions; Obama: Zero attempts.
And why the difference in prosecuting the law? The GAI report reveals that the Department of Justice upper echelon is stacked with attorneys, including Eric Holder, from law firms representing the very same companies involved in the financial meltdown of 2008, as well as financial corporations with questionable actions during the Obama administration. ...
- AIG, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan Chase, Bank of America, CitiBank, Deutsche Bank, ING, Morgan Stanley, UBS, Wilmington Trust,
- and John Corzine's MF Global."...via Free Republic
Top and above photos Obama with bundler Jon Corzine who bankrupted MF Global.
Ed. note: More proof if needed that 'soaring oratory' read from a teleprompter means nothing.