Jon Corzine was busy in Washington and couldn’t be reached for comment


Yes we can and yes we did!

Yes we can and yes we did!

Russell Wasendorf, 65, sentenced to 50 year years for $216 million financial fraud that brought down the house of Peregrine.  Democrat and Obama fund bundler Corzine, who was responsible for the collapse of MF Global and the loss of $1.6 billion, continues on, untouched. Mr. Wasendorf obviously made a poor choice of friends.


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8 responses to “Jon Corzine was busy in Washington and couldn’t be reached for comment

  1. Walt

    Dude –
    If The Golfer in Chief and the rest of Congress don’t go to jail for a $16 trillion dollar deficit, why should Corzine go to jail? or anybody else, for that matter. The US is bankrupt, they just won’t declare it.

    And we all know financial crimes aren’t really crimes. Murder and rape are crimes. And wearing a ski mask. And soon, owning a gun if you are a law abiding citizen.

    Poor writing should be a crime, but it isn’t unfortunately. You would be facing life without the possibility of parole.

    Your Pal,

  2. Publius

    Mr. Corzine is an example of the American can do attitude. He tried to blow up Goldman Sachs but got kicked out by his fellow partners before he could succeed. Undetered he went into politics and tried to blow up the State of New Jersey before he got kicked out by the voters. Believing that 3 is the charm, he took over MF Global and finally achieved success….. a complete wipe out in short order.

    This guy should be in jail and all that whining about no criminal charges being filed against the Wall Street crowd is only applicable to those who lean right of center. This guy is the poster child for hypocrisy.

  3. Libertarian Advocate

    Publius: “Hypocrisy” is somehow inadequate without qualification. How about trenchant hypocrisy?

  4. Anonymous

    Corzine has no moral compass. Don’t forget when he was governor, he made his driver race to Atlantic City that nearly cost him and his driver their lives. NB: Corzine wasn’t wearing a seatbelt because, like being CEO of MF Global, he sees himself as a impervious to the law. For now he’s won. But wait til he knocks at the pearly gates. Then he’ll get his just desserts.

  5. I bet Corzine even thinks a $100,000 per year pension for a retired public employee (worth millions by the way) isn’t even enough. “Pay more of your fair share taxpayer” he would say.