Why is there so little coverage of all the foundations and charitable programs that were harmed by Madoff? They're a lot more sympathetic than the wealthy individuals.
I think because, other than Elie Wiesel, they are not vamping for the cameras and/or they do not have time to vamp for the cameras. It's really frustrating. I think Madoff did a horrible, disgusting thing, but listening to these fifty-year-old Boca Raton residents who lost their $8mil investment funds talk about how they can never feel restored is getting old. You're telling me that if you got your money back you wouldn't be restored? I don't understand.
Right? It's exacerbating things, I think, to have so much coverage of all that entitlement. I mean I think lots of my relatives are just kind of happy that a bunch of rich people got screwed over by one of their own, because that's all you see on the front pages. Seriously: http://rayogram.com/news/
That's making me crazy, too. I doubt even a series of letters to the editor could even shift the focus to where it should be.
We need a website! With pictures! Like fivethirtyeight!
I don't know why my pannies are all in a bunch about this right now. Maybe I need some more coffee or something.