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It's Time to Break-up Public Enemy #1 Goldman Sachs

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It's Time to Break-up Public Enemy #1 Goldman Sachs

To be delivered to The United States House of Representatives, The United States Senate, and President Barack Obama

Petition Statement

Goldman Sachs has become the most powerful institution in America wielding overwhelming authority over our political system, our economy and the world's financial markets. It is immoral and untenable that a private entity should ever hold America in its grasp as does Goldman Sachs. This tyranny must end. Therefore, we demand the following:
1) The Obama Administration must rid itself of all former Goldman Sachs executives in policy making and advisor positions.
2) Goldman Sachs must be broken into is functional pieces, all collaboration between these entities must be banned.
3) Each newly independent functional company’s operations must be open to public scrutiny.
There are currently 5,681 signatures. NEW goal - We need 10,000 signatures!

Petition Background

Goldman Sachs has become the most powerful institution in America wielding overwhelming authority over our political system, our economy and the world's financial markets. It is immoral and untenable that a private entity should ever hold America in its grasp as does Goldman Sachs. This tyranny must end.

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