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Breaking Down A Former Wall Street CEO (TJDS EP6 Pt 1)

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Former Citigroup CEO Sanford I. "Sandy" Weill now says he's in favor of strong banking regulations, but where was he when Wall Street was raking in record profits? Comedians Jimmy Dore and Frank Conniff (Mystery Science Theater 3000) break it down on The Jimmy Dore show. Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=townsquare Follow Jimmy on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/jimmy_dore Follow Frank on Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/FrankConniff Caricature of Jimmy courtesy of DonkeyHotey: http://www.flickr.com/photos/donkeyhotey/5346022953/ Support The Point for FREE by doing your Amazon shopping through this link (bookmark it!) http://www.amazon.com/?tag=townsquaretyt-20
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Brian W (5 years ago)
Funny that Ron Paul's ideas can fix what they are talking about yet they mock him and discredit him.
Valerie Godwin (6 years ago)
Oh good a Ron Paul comment. How is Ron Paul a hypocrite? BECAUSE HE IS COLLECTING FROM SOCIAL SECURITY (benefiting if you will) BUT WANTS TO ERADICATE SOCIAL SECURITY FOR OTHERS. That's low. And then has the added audacity by saying your beliefs aren't strong if you don't practice them. Ron Paul. Great choice.
JuicyJustus (6 years ago)
these guys are not funny and really corny
micahgee (6 years ago)
agreed! Then you add in Tv's Frank and its just too awesome! My favorite TYT show besides the main TYT stream
Newly Borns (6 years ago)
Lisa Hillesland (6 years ago)
One of the best Jimmy Dore shows! Everyone who cares about America should watch this one.
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
I think Obama might actually do some good if he gets a 2nd term. He won't have to worry about re-election or anything else, He'll most likely end up being like Clinton doing alot of humanitarian work around the world and in the USA, after he leaves office. All he needs is congress back and he'll be able to accomplish alot. He already did more good in his first 2 years than Bush did in all 8. Obama sees the future and all these idiot republicans in office only see themselves and money.
tomitstube (6 years ago)
it's the lesser of two evils as always. i don't think romney has a chance, who in their right mind would want a president who keeps his finances secret? if america voted for that then this country is doomed anyway. and thinking obama will change ain't gonna happen either, all he seems to talk about is cutting corporate tax rates and austerity cuts in the budget. the 1% win either way.
Givethemahand (6 years ago)
The Banker.mp4 (cut and paste) A music video here on Youtube
fred sims (6 years ago)
He does look llike a Bond villan.
Xou (6 years ago)
Ron Paul! We need new delegationsfor this country. Obama had his chance! I hope that Romney is forced to pay his taxes that he owes and put in prison!
lex811117 (6 years ago)
What kind of grown man looks at other people in the face and says "Hey, call me sandy!"
GPzSilentwalker (6 years ago)
If the banks are all connected in the world, how comes the money in tax havens didn’t provide the bailout?
Matt L (6 years ago)
That flicker on the TV is bugging me..
Lemonhead86 (6 years ago)
All your base are belong to Jimmy Dore.
Lobos222 (6 years ago)
DejaVu on the Nixon joke there lol.
merchantsailor (6 years ago)
Excellent, Don't piss down my neck and tell me it's raining.
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
Seriously, You're an idiot. Out of all the videos on youtube you post links to the dumbest crap and have no proof for anything.
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
It's not just Jewish people who run wall street. All of wall street protects it's own and it goes to the very top. I don't want to label it Jewish because that is ignorant. It's wall street bankers/rich people. In every single country there is rich families who invest in business/stock markets/politicians.
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
You're exactly right, our government is corrupted by all the money around it. I think Obama was naive to how bad our government and economic standing is. The reason he isn't getting re-elected is because he didn't tackle wall street. Now we're going to be stuck with Romney who will do nothing good for this country and make it worse. It's time for the people to rise up and protest. Shit will hit the fan once Romney takes over. If Obama is re-elected, then just maybe he will make some real change
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
I don't care about a Jewish/Zionist conspiracy theory. All you have to do is regulate the banking industry and enact the Second Bill of Rights. The rich people and families that have the most influence are able to do all this stuff because they are rich in the first place and able to invest and cheat the system in any way they can. The banking institutions and federal reserve need to be regulated and audited. It's all easy to do but our congress/president are all worried about bein re-elected
tomitstube (6 years ago)
and that blame squarely lies on the obama administration, they just look the other way, america leads the world in incarceration rates, we execute minors and the mentally retarded, but we can't seem to prosecute a single ceo that's part of a trillion dollar heist of the american and world economy. including this pos criminal weill, it's gone beyond "sickening". it's orwellian in it's reality.
tomitstube (6 years ago)
love the reference to the unholy union between the supersonics and okla. city. who doesn't love business moguls who rob from the public? i fear for you guys, your wit and insight might be too clever or sophisticated for most people, citigroup has committed more fraud than blackwater, j p morgan, goldman sachs, the oligarchy of ratings agencies... oh you get the idea. lol, "be in the obama administration, but act like you're in the nixon administration." you guys rock, keep up the great work!
Abnormal Wrench (6 years ago)
When I think wallstreet, I think "honesty".
personalperspective (6 years ago)
Don't let him escape the consequences of his actions. Weil's name should be plastered in the history books, school text books (factually) for what he has done. Society in general should shun him, shame him or at least give him appropriate treatment as a pariah at least by the 99% who suffered from his actions. Same for other bankers directly responsible. Victims should not accord respect to those responsible who stole from them. In a few years, hopefully the harm he's done will hang over him.
Fight the Lies That Be (6 years ago)
All this Wall Street corruption is sickening, and nothing is being done still.

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