Mr. Rayner's concern that the U.S. financial industry will experience a brain drain as a result of a temporary $500k annual salary cap on certain executives of companies which, if not for an influx of taxpayer backed capital would be unemployed due to their institution's bankruptcy, is misplaced at best. Worrying that the architects of our national financial decompostition may flee to some foreign based employer should be the last thing on our minds. Encourage them to hire everyone of them as far as I am concerned. Let them do for the world what they have done to our citizens. It's time for these financial geniuses to find something worthwhile to do besides how to get their hands into others pockets. I'm not sure people were very worried about the job security of the ship designers of the Titanic.

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