Former Chairman & CEO of Goldman Sachs
Gee, we are impressed Senator. It does seem rather odd that a man that made his fortune on Wall Street would dismiss the possibility that private investment accounts would bring big rewards for the rest of us. We wonder why Corzine would object to others accumulating a little wealth of their own? As former chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs he must know what's best for "the little people".
Sen. Jon Corzine, D-N.J., former chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs investment firm, dismissed the idea that investing individuals' Social Security accounts on Wall Street would bring big rewards. Bush's forum, he said, had "no discussion of the deep, long-term cuts that will come in benefits" with a private-accounts plan.