Thursday, July 17, 2003

One of the jobs I'm on these days is for a Wall Street money man, one of the smart cynics who makes money for the rich and takes a cut. He's a major player at one of the largest firms, and apparently he's solid: no Enron's, no bubble stocks, or at least he knew when to get out (cynics don't trust the enthusiasm of others). He's shaking his head at GWB. The next time I see him I'll ask him what the Street is saying. I can't believe people aren't angry and scared, but Bush is still raking in the corporate cash. Maybe he's in the minority, but I think I lot of people are grumbling, in private. Or maybe they're still too greedy, choosing quick cash over future stability.

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