Doing God's Work Means Never Having To Say You're Sorry

Abby Zimet

It's tough to name the most infuriating part of the performance by those Goldman Sachs creeps
before the Senate, but for many people we'd guess it's their utter,
amoral, arrogant obliviousness of any wrongdoing. They no doubt sleep
well at night, a crime in itself.

"Regret to me means something you feel you did wrong-I don't have
that." - Daniel Sparks, former head of Goldman's mortgage department.


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