Five years after Lehman, banks still at risk

  • Article by: Yalman Onaran, Michael J. Moore and Max Abelson , Bloomberg News
  • Updated: September 11, 2013 - 9:00 PM

Wall Street veterans see a financial system that remains too leveraged and complex to survive a panic.

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bgmach3Sep. 11, 13 8:40 PM

LISTEN, LISTEN, LISTEN, IS ANYONE LISTENING OUT THERE? NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE. OUR GOVERNMENT IS OWNED BY THOSE THAT CONTRIBUTE THE MOST. THEREFORE, THE AVERAGE AMERICAN CITIZEN DOES NOT COUNT. THEY SAY IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT CHANGE IT, VOTE. THIS NO LONGER WORKS AS POLITICIANS ARE ELECTED BY NEGATIVE ADS AND THEIR BEING OWNED BY THE ELITE, THE CORPORATIONS AND THE PAC FUNDS THAT HAVE BEEN GIVEN CIITIZENSHIP BY OUT OUTDATED SUPREME COURT. OUR SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT IS FAILING RIGHT BEFORE OUR EYES.

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