U.S. Bankers want a violin? Try Ukulele

Obama Tax Prompts Put-Upon Bankers to Break Out Violins, as reported by Chris Ferrell in BusinessWeek:

…What is it that has bankers upset? The Administration wants to charge banks a fee that is expected to raise some $90 billion over 10 years. (The two biggest U.S. banks, Bank of America [BAC] and JPMorgan, will be on the hook for $1.5 billion each, according to a report by Wisco Research analyst Sean Ryan.)….

This measure may not be the best answer, but any attempt to hold lenders accountable for bailout funds they received makes me want to celebrate with Ukulele music, not whine with a violin…

Got Uke? Aldrine Guerrero on YouTube


About Susanna "Susie" Kunkel, RA

With a belief that life is too short to not follow your dreams, Susie and her daughter became new Kauai residents in less than 4 months after visiting for the first time in 2000. She brings a wealth of information from her background in administrative, contract and paralegal work in a variety of industries including technology, investment banking, biotech and estate planning. As a Realtor, Susies's tenacious and technical approach have earned her a large group of extremely loyal clients. Susanna is a steadfast believer in "The Golden Rule", and applies it to her approach as a Realtor. "Each client and each property are unique, so it's important to me to listen intently to what my clients' goals are, and to make sure I go above and beyond to help meet them."
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