Happy Hour Vid: Stewart: So We Cursed at Goldman Sachs—So What?
"Impotent rage" isn't helping anyone
Two important events coincided this week. Bipartisan support for financial reform collapsed and employees at Goldman Sachs got chewed out by a few senators. Though it was nice seeing bankers get cursed at—that won't actually make our financial system safe, notes Jon Stewart. The Comedy Central host airs his frustration:
That's the beauty of the financial meltdown. Even with the legislative body—that can actually impact the financial crisis—paralyzed by partisan politics, we can still all come together and express good old fashioned impotent rage.
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