In the meantime save your rhetoric for the peanut gallery, they'll slurp that **** like it's mommas milk.
But here you go...
Here you go
The trouble with the world today is the intelligent people are full of doubt and the dumb people are full of confidence - Charles Bukowski
As defined by the Official Terrorism Training For Law Enforcement:
What Is Domestic Terrorism?
Extreme force and violence perpetrated by
peoplegovernment of a country, within that country,
for the purpose of coercing its
government and populationpublic
into modifying its behavior"
You are either with Our Constitution or you are with The Terrorists!
Government...if it leans to the left it eventually means theft. - tlc
This doesn't surprise me one bit...and I am at least glad that the justice department is doing it's "homework" in the impact of prosecution. While their consulting sources may be "questionable"..it's a good step in the right direction. The idea is not to prosecute, but introduce new legislation to prevent the same thing from happening again. For example, create laws where a corporation will be fined 50 million for forging a SINGLE document...or something like that.
We cannot crash big banks..the effects would be devastating to middle class employees at the banks....we also cannot prosecute individuals since we're talking about corporations here... we need to make new laws that allows the justice department to slap some wrists here and there...
"I would not join any club that would have someone like me for a member." - Groucho Marx
The banks run the government through both enormous political contributions and their inside man in the Federal Reserve.
They're sucking this country dry through a combination of debt and inflation, while people argue over trivial sh1t.
People talk about the end of the Glass Steagall act as if it was significant in the grand scheme of the things, but it was Nixon in 1971 who sealed this country's fate, by ending any tangible discipline on the expansion of currency and debt. The explosion in debt and price increases since the mid-1970s reflects this.
I know people hate gold-based money, but the truth is that I do not care if our money is based on the production of corn, oil, or cow sh1t, but it needs to be based on something of REAL value.
If not, we're yielding power to the banks with strictly debt-based money.
And if you've been paying the least bit of attention you'd know that these organizations are fined regularly, to the point that it is perceived as simply the cost of doing business, for bad behaviour.
Maybe the case against S&P will show how much consumer "judgment" was involved.
There aren't fewer people with bad judgment around today, they just can't get loans.
Last edited by RayClay; 02-06-2013 at 12:15 PM.
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and a one point plan.
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