Bill Brady is not pissed.
The 62-year-old says that in spite of facing tough financial times throughout most of his life, he has always trusted in “that day when the trickle down economics will kick in.”
“When Reagan came in he said to let the businesses become as powerful as possible; reduce taxes and regulation so we can make money when they make money; and obviously they’ve been making plenty of money! So it’s any day now that we’ll be getting a piece of the action.”
When asked how it could be possible for 40 years to go by without any positive impact on the ails of economic inequality facing the American population, Brady blamed efforts to restrain corporations.
“When you do something like respond to the financial crisis of 2008 with the creation of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, you’re shrinking that money supply that I can tap into once things get to trickling.”
Brady also added that he was proud to be a part of the taxpayer effort that bailed out these firms in 2008.
“I just looked at it as an investment you know? It’s too bad they had to start all over again, but it was honestly an act of patriotism to get these guys back on track so they could start making billions again; one of these days we’re all gonna get a piece of the action! But if they need me to bail em out before that again, then I’ll do it!”