Friday, February 6, 2009

Wall Street Fears ABC News

Wall Street heavy weights are running scared tonight. No, they're not worrying about parting ways with their private jets, limousines, fancy offices and outrageous salaries.

The US Government free giving ways without one iota of accountability will continue to pay for their lavish lifestyles, super charged libidos and satanic persona despite the growing list of failing firms.

They are afraid of Kristin Davis. Who is Kristin Davis you inquire? She's a convicted Madam who recently spent three months in the big house. According to her, Apartment 3A located on William Street in the heart of the "financial district" was the scene of the crime, or should I say high priced fun.

Davis Investments was nothing more than a front for guys who had too much money too spend, and had no clue what else to spend it on. Her clients spent thousands of dollars monthly, and billed their corporate accountants. Whoohoo!! The question is, should the Johns be charged with a crime? Would you convict guys who had access to these type of girls in real time? That's what the comments section is for. Don't be shy.


  1. it doesn't really even matter. we all will be accountable for our actions in the end. so if they don't get it now, they will later. but they will get got.

  2. I would like to agree, but for some strange reason, the powerful elite get away with pretty much anything.

  3. no they don't freedom. it seems as if they do but they don't. alot of them are unhappy, they lack direction, they don't know God, its just sad. but to the world they seem great. I would not want to be apart of that group. elite is just a word. they are a powerful elite of nothing. ask how many have aids or vd or had vd. ask how many are truely happy with their lives. they don't get away with what you think. they pay a very high price to do what they do and part of that price is their very soul. nothing is what it seems.

  4. You make some valid arguments. I read the New York Times today and Merrill Lynch paid out some $27 Billion Dollars to seven hundred employees. This is after accepting billions of dollars from the Federal Government in bail out money. You would think that they would be more prudent in these times, but nope. It's business as usual.