Saturday, June 9, 2018

Why are These Two Former Goldman Sachs CEOs Getting Together on a Project Called, 'The Risky Business Project'

"And then I said it would help the working class."
When two former Goldman Sachs CEOs get together on a project, you always have to be concerned.

When the former CEOs have also been former Treasury Secretary's, you have to be extremely concerned.

Two are getting together, It's happening. This is not good.

The Wall Street Journal reports:
Mr. Rubin has more recently taken up climate change as an issue, joining with Henry Paulson, another former Goldman executive and Treasury secretary, in a group called the Risky Business Project.
According to the project's website, others in leadership positions are, the micromanagement freedom-hating Michael Bloomberg, the obsessed anti-Trumper Tom Steyer, the President and CEO of the Clinton Foundation Donna Shalala, a third former Treasury Secretary George Schultz, and Michael Dukakis' sister Olympia Snowe.

This is trouble.



  1. They'll be coming up with more and better ideas to direct taxpayer dollars into their own pockets and those of their cronies.

  2. The Risky Business Project? Does this involve Tom Cruise on a couch in his Y-fronts?

    "My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment. I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?"