(Sew your wallet pocket SHUT if you find yourself in the same room as this amoral piece of $nit G.O.P. grifter.)
Hamed Hoshyarsar invested $54,000 in a condo at the Trump Ocean Resort Baja for one reason: he was a fan of The Apprentice. He lost every dime when the project was never built. “I want to throw up every time I see him,” says the Los Angeles accountant. “I see all these people talking about him being president, and I would never vote for that guy.”
Then he Bankrupted the same place four times in a row, clueless red state parasite boy.
(Fortunately for the TrumpScammer, you toothless ret@rds have all your own money tied up in Meth and Ammunition. Not necessarily in that order too!)
In a related item, has Ben Carson had anything to say about the Stars and Bars yet?
I didn't think so....
Rush had to fly off to the Dominican Republic for a fresh helping of twelve year old boys before he could stand to come back and con all these primates on AM hate radio today, I bet?
So I would naturally expect some serious blasts against same sex marriage. of course!
I would have said "High School Student Mentor of the Year" myself?
Greasier than that. The founding slimeb@ll is still breaking rocks in the hot sun, I think? You should see some of the hit and run Long Island Real Estate scams that principals of the place have run too?
Ex-Leader of Computer Associates Gets 12-Year Sentence and Fine
The former chief executive of Computer Associates International, Sanjay Kumar, was sentenced yesterday to 12 years in prison for orchestrating a $2.2 billion accounting fraud at the software company. He was also fined $8 million.
Because he pleaded guilty in April to securities fraud and obstruction of justice charges, Mr. Kumar, 44, had faced a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.
The judge, I. Leo Glasser, of the Federal District Court in Brooklyn, described such a punishment as excessive. But he repeatedly rebuked Mr. Kumar for helping inflate the company’s sales figures in 1999 and 2000, as well as lying to federal investigators and authorizing a bribe to a potential witness.
“This shocked the conscience of this court, and I dare believe it shocked the conscience of any reasonable person,” Judge Glasser said.
The sentence came down after a nearly two-hour hearing in which Mr. Kumar again apologized to the court.
“I stand before the court today to accept full responsibility for my actions,” said Mr. Kumar, wearing a tie and charcoal gray suit. “I deeply regret the actions I took.”
Joining Mr. Kumar in the courtroom were his wife, father and two sisters, as well as a phalanx of lawyers. His two daughters stayed home. Upon hearing the verdict, neither Mr. Kumar nor his family betrayed any emotion.
Kirby D. Behre, a partner at the law firm of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker and a former federal prosecutor, said he considered Mr. Kumar’s sentence stiff but just. “It’s a far cry from a life sentence, but it’s still a decade behind bars,” Mr. Behre said.
Anybody who would tout for Meg Whitman at this juncture is low enough to sell crack cocaine right outside of a grade school, in my opinion.
I think this is why they always said "but we're just the venue?"
Does anyone have dibs on the unmitigated ScamFest that was eBay between 2005 and 2008 or so? Particularly the Hummel Figurines bust out operation and that other cat who "auctioned" off Hundred$ of Thousand$ worth of digital SLR bodies and never delivered a single one of them.
(Meg's solution- make it impossible to leave negative feedback for all these low rent con men! I've always wondered if that approach was really something akin to "professional courtesy?")
Who remembers Meg's arrival on YouTube for her 2010 Senatorial campaign? This was well before it was revealed that she had absolutely no idea what a voting booth looked like herself, nor the illegal alien maid who had been getting paid under the table for decades.
It was indeed ironic that YouTube itself came from Meg bailing out PayPal when the stock was about to go below $5/share forever and they had already had a "surprise" Secondary Offering just so the founders could cash themselves out ahead of Lockout Expiration. (Which was very much looking to resemble the Oklahoma Land Rush.) A sure and certain short play all the way down to the $2-$2.50 range. The place had come public on Negative $400 Million in "earnings" and was still losing gobs of money month in and month out.
But for Meg's consistent Bain-inspired failure, incompetence and always overbilling the stakeholders above all else a certain Elon Musk would be pumping gasoline for a living right now; Max Levchin would be playing the latest video games on a computer at the local library because he lived in a van down by the river too.
Anyway, about two minutes worth of touchy feely video was all that I could stomach and then I noticed that the "Comments" section was always disabled. This was the case on every video that the Whitman Campaign had ever posted there!
You see by 2010 just about every eBay PowerSeller on the face of the earth would not have even urinated on Ms. Whitman if she happened to be on fire. If active that comments section would have probably made this HPQ message board look like a Sunday School recital in Saudi Arabia.
Naturally it would cost Smeg $180 Million of her own money to figure that much out come election day....
Since this is an "investment board" we should focus on all the instances where Meg clearly put her own interests ahead of her stakeholders'. And the $2 Billion Skype debacle barely makes the top five. Forget all about those two felony beefs at Princeton and the $50 Million whitewash job it took to keep them out of the new joisey slammer? It was probably an illegal alien nanny who brought those two shameless entitled thugs up anyway? Just like the maid was...
My favorite Meg moment comes from an Ebay earnings call about two years after the IPO. Of course it was still a friendly crowd back then and the big industry wide topic was FASB insisting that companies expense the stock options that they were spraying out like confetti. Since only YHOO was a worse offender than EBAY in this entire solar system-well suffice to say that Meg wasn't too comfortable with the notion. Perhaps this was because she had only flushed about $165 Million or so at the time and the whole eBay "valuation" came from a dicey accounting stunt that even fast growth tech companies like companies like SUNW and EMC would not stoop to under any circumstances?
Anyway after a pair of real softball questions, the analyst innocently asks what impact that FASB rule change would have. "It would be terrible," Meg gasps. "eBay would have never been able to report a single proditable quarter since day one." Like that was the absolute worst thing imaginable Meg let the whole world know what she was all about.
This evaluation coming from a lady who had to learn the hard way why eBay shouldn 't be selling human body parts or ammunition or sexual services. Over and over again. "We're just the venue" they kept saying when they were really the deepset pockets in the liability chain. But the worst thing that Meg could think of was keeping an honest set of books! Uh huh?
By the way, expensing stock options has been the universally observed FASB rule since 2004, I believe?
Maybe you should look at the self-serving sleazebag that you shill for here instead?
Meg screwed over every PowerSeller that eBay ever had and torched $2 Billion of her stakeholders money on an embryonic Skype that wasn't even worth one fiftieth that amount. In the finest traditions of Bain empty suits like Mitt RobMe she still neglected to secure the core IP assets in the process too.
If you're still hungry for knowledge after that check out how she kept her thug sons out of jail after very credible rape and assault charges were brought against both of them at Princeton. That stunt only cost the EBAY chumpholders another $50 Million.
The founder of eBay said she was ten pounds of $nit in a five pound bag.
EBay founder Pierre Omidyar told Bloomberg TV's "InBusiness with Margaret Brennan" today that he would "find it very difficult" to vote for former eBay CEO Meg Whitman, the Republican nominee for governor, according to a transcript of the interview scheduled to air Wednesday.
Of course this was long after Meg had overpaid 2000 percent for Skype and didn't even bother to secure the core IP assets. Or even farher back she failed miserably to compete with Paypal with eBay Payments so she had to grossly overpay for that one too.
And you're certainly not giving Meg the proper credit for getting both of her sons off those felony beefs at Princeton too? The best $50 Million that all her chump bagholders ever spent, believe me!
Certainly as Republican as the Bush housing "boom."
Show me the taxpayer getting stuck with gazillions of bad student loans and I'll show you a dishonest republican scumb@g blowing his "free enterprise" smoke right up Springy's ignorant @$z every time.
"I'm the latest and greatest from the far right. Too bad that I flunked out of six community colleges and can't even spell my own name...."
Then there's her G.O.P. "FAMILY VALUES" good cooking.
She can't cook $nit. She couldn't do grilled cheese. She'd burn water." John Bitney, the husband of a woman who took care of Palin's kids, notes that when Todd was out, "I'd walk into that kitchen and Bristol and Willow would be sitting there with a burnt pot of Kraft Mac and cheese on the stove and they'd be trying to open one of those Ramen noodle packs, and Sarah would be up in her bedroom with the door closed saying she didn't want to be disturbed."
(Just proves that you can get a short attention span Fox News Ret@rd to vote for just about anything!)
She sure trimmed some bark off old Glenn Rice's sequoia?
Her thug son is quite a school bus mechanic too.
"Because I'm dumber than dirt and also way too young to remember the Bush Train Wreck...."
Bush On Jobs: The Worst Track Record On Record
By WSJ Staff
President George W. Bush entered office in 2001 just as a recession was starting, and is preparing to leave in the middle of a long one. That’s almost 22 months of recession during his 96 months in office.
His job-creation record won’t look much better. The Bush administration created about three million jobs (net) over its eight years, a fraction of the 23 million jobs created under President Bill Clinton’s administration and only slightly better than President George H.W. Bush did in his four years in office.
Here’s a look at job creation under each president since the Labor Department started keeping payroll records in 1939. The counts are based on total payrolls between the start of the month the president took office (using the final payroll count for the end of the prior December) and his final December in office.
Because the size of the economy and labor force varies, we also calculate in percentage terms how much the total payroll count expanded under each president. The current President Bush, once taking account how long he’s been in office, shows the worst track record for job creation since the government began keeping records. –Sudeep Reddy
.."but I can't possibly screw the country as badly as the idiot cokehead JOKE President George W. Bust did?"
Amazing that he got busted form some run of the mill coals-to-Newcastle political espionage and then Reagan gets away with flying crack cocaine into the country by the TON to pay for an illegal war in defiance of US Congress and is never even questioned under oath over it.