Posted: 2/24/2013 3:30:56 PM
after watching, I though it was very well done and excellent in "shining a light on the cockroaches".
amazing that NO one has gone to jail when you consider what happened during the Savings & Loan crisis of the late 1980's-early 90's. thousands went to prison including politically powerful S&L players like Charles Keating. you can't tell me that Mortgage Loan originators like Angelo Mozilo at Countrywide Financial were not as guilty of out and out FRAUD as Keating at Lincoln Savings & Loan.
also think that the names of the people who REFUSED to be interviewed for the film is VERY telling. "revolving door" players from Wall Street to being Presidential advisors for either Clinton, Bush or Obama (and back again) like Alan Greenspan, Henry Paulson, Robert Rubin, Larry Summers, Tim Geithner and "B S" Bernanke, to name just the principals (there were a LOT more), were ALL as complicit in the scheme as the Wall Street "Bankster" crooks themselves as was the Congress.