It’s not like you spent the past 15 years putting the entire national economy on red in Vegas.
It’s not like you bet against your own customers and then sold them out without telling them.
It’s not like you took your federal bailouts and then backed a greedy [expletive] in the next election whose campaign did nothing but bash the entire CONCEPT of federal government.
It’s not like you reacted to the slightest attempt to regulate your business like someone who just watched his puppy gunned down in the street, and then demanded the rest of the world treat your feelings like a national emergency.
If you were one of those guys, hey, no problem. The free money pile is that way. Here’s a wheelbarrow. May we push it for you? Wouldn’t want you to strain your back.
Now come vulturous [expletive]s Kevyn Orr and Rick Snyder to tell other people it’s time to get “real,” because apparently losing your house and a retirement income YOU WERE PROMISED and facing the possibility of living in your car as a reward for working your whole life for the public isn’t “real.”
Now come Kevyn Orr and Rick Snyder, scraping their beaks on the bones of the wounded, to explain how they have no choice but to take everything away from people who have nothing, because sometime in the past somebody had the stupid idea that we should take responsibility for the people who take responsibility for us.
Kevyn Orr, by the way, is getting paid $275,000 to tell people who made $35,000 a year their whole lives to get real.
They want to steal it all because they want to steal it all. It’s no more complicated than that. And they must be stopped.