JP Morgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon says, it’s “unfair” for politicians to criticize Wall Street salaries and bonuses without a full understanding of how the people come to earn their money.
Hey, Jamie ! Sister Kathy told me and the rest of my third grade class, “If the shoe fits, wear it!!!” You’re a little old not to know that.
Dimon was paid $1 million last year and didn’t accept a bonus.
And, Jamie, I hope your name is pronounced “demon” or “de MON” because if it sounds like diamond…it’s a little like a whore being named Muffy Ucker.
President Obama and other elected officials have criticized the financial industry lately throwing around the word “idiot” and threatening holyantifrickincapitalism, Batman! pay caps. After all, they work for us now, the American people.
But guess what! Obama says the pay caps are just the beginning.
Companies receiving federal aid are going to have to disclose publicly all the perks and luxuries bestowed upon senior executives and provide an explanation to the taxpayers and to shareholders as to why these expenses are justified. And we’re putting a stop to these kinds of massive severance packages we’ve all read about with disgust; we’re taking the air out of the golden parachute.
Genius. Now back to Jamie:
Pay got a little exuberant and there were some legitmate complaints” cried Dimon like a little, whiny sissy. “I don’t think the president of the United States should paint everyone with the same brush.”
Back up there, Jamiekins, “Pay got a little exuberant?” Are you kidding me????
Cry me a river, okay. I’m all for listening to the lady feeding her kids on $176 dollars in food stamps. You not so much.