You and me are thinking about different people. You are focusing too close to the ground. Everything in this world operates like a pyramid with more
knowledge of what's REALLY going on the higher up you go. So for you to spend all of this time talking about low-level bankers.....kinda lame.....no
Now I'll grant you he's not at the top of the food chain, but he's not a teller, either. If the attitude is so very widespread as some of y'all
claim, seem there would be more than a little trickle down. Attitude usually flows from top to bottom.
So my premise, no matter how lame it may seem, remains intact.
It's a little something called compartmentalization. The attitudes may trickle down but the true motivations do not. I still maintain that anyone who
choses said profession deserves whatever they get tho. If they are ignorant enough to stay in that profession while everyone else suffers....so be
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So how does that attitude even remotely help improve things? Vengeance? Seems a bit misguided to me...
In the process of finding some form of scapegoat, you might want to save some for those who can't be bothered to help practise some oversight on, not
only the bankers, but on those elected/hired to do so.
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