Goldman Sachs to Float Tom Cotton

This is the first public offering of a Senator, but expect many more to follow.

No surprise that its Goldman leading the way.  They own a diversified portfolio of Senators and have a history of financial innovation.

Open Secrets <a href=”″>research</a>  shows that the Club for Growth and Goldman Sachs are the two largest individual shareholders in Senator Cotton, though it is rumored that the private prison company Consolidated Gulags may own a controlling share through agents and dark money bundlers.

It simply makes sense that Senators should be owned and traded using the model of a joint stock company, notes industry analyst … Share costs, risks and control. Goldman Sachs doesn’t give a fig about prison reform, they only want to own Cotton when his vote matters to their business. Ditto for Consolidated Gulags.