Goldman Sachs hires ethics advisers, forms committee to study legal aspects of their investments.

NAMBLAYou know, a company as large and old as that would have done something like that Centuries ago. If they’d any intent of actually following any kinds of ethical or legal standard guidelines. “Well, Gosh dang it, fellers, we just didn’t have any Idea that stealing from large numbers of people is immoral, dishonest and illegal.”

They could have called me, paid me a thousand dollars to study it, I would have given them their answer before they hung up, “No, Stealing is NOT Legal” and I would e ahead a cool grand, and they would, if they took such profound and sage advice, wouldn’t be out hundreds of millions in fees to law firms (Like Boyd, Dewey, Cheatham and Howe) who charge a million dollars a day to figure ways to LIE and say that it IS legal.
Lawyers are expensive, a conscience is free.

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