Nice. Henry Blodget is on a roll. His ire has been raised and there's no outlet except his keyboard, apparently. In his latest piece, he calls on Ken Lewis to resign or face being fired by his shareholders. It's a doozy and merits a second front-page DailyBail appearance for Henry in less than 24 hours. Some very good stuff after the jump.
Filed under 'Ken Lewis wants more of your money', the great taxpayer fleecing continues unabated. In Bank of America part II, the details are starting to emerge and they aren't pretty. Click through to see how much of your money they are getting this time.
The public bailouts of private failure must stop. We just launched and our first goal is to document it. We'll find it, read it, sort it and then publish it in one place every day. There will be bad attitude. We know we might get sued for what we say about these scumbag, public-dole CEOs. But we own these companies now, and we recommend the CEOs begin to behave accordingly. Otherwise, we'll be happy to profile these riptards all over our pages. Incessantly. Watch and see how far over the edge we'll go now that we're getting seriously pissed off. For example, see the thoughts of this calm taxpayer. Warning: contains excessive profanity.
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The WSJ is reporting tonight that Bank of America is close to announcing a $20 billion infusion from you and your children. It appears Lewis approached Treasury in mid December to make his case after seeing the terms of Citi's Deal Part II. Translation: Ken wanted what Vikram got. And to the surprise of no one here at DailyBail, he's going to get it.
Citi never sleeps AND never gets tired of your money. We examine their trips to the bailout trough and focus on the quality of their Tier 1 Capital with three views on their suspect DTAs.
Not a lot of value to add here...take a look at Gary's not-so-benign thoughts about 2009...and in case you have been trading from beneath a large boulder, Gary nailed his 2008 prognostications...
The tally grows...the banks, the insurers, the brokers, the autos and now it's automotive financing.
Today it is GMAC, the ever needy financing arm of GM which is 51% owned by those PE riptards at cerberus...so PE firms now get your children's future taxpayments...nice work senor kashkari, please take a bow.