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Old 21st Oct 2014, 06:24
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Creampuff
 
Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Salt Lake City Utah
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You donít seem to get it, either, Sot.

If you had to pick the one person in CASA who has been at the most senior levels for more time than anyone else in the history of the organisation; the one person who has been paid, cumulatively, more than any other CASA staff member in the history of the organisation; the one person in CASA who has therefore had more cumulative opportunity and responsibility than anyone else in the history of the organisation to influence its structure and the regulatory reform program from within - who would that be?

And if that person couldnít be pinned for responsibility for any problem within or created by the organisation, ever, what would you think?

To me, such a person is a mastermind and deserves genuine respect (and awe).

Such a person can create Frankensteins. Not by getting blood or gore on his own hands, mind you, but by influencing others when necessary; whispering in vulnerable ears when necessary; neglecting messes that will rebound on enemies when necessary; saving the day when favours need to be banked; feigning passionate commitment to the policies of the passing parade of patsies who think they are in charge; maintaining networks with the people in control.

But poetic justice would have the Frankenstein consume its creator.
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