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Obama and the banks,more corruption . read below.

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  • Tasine 2012/05/14 01:56:46
    Tasine
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    The leaders of the world have gone mad. I'm sure they all believe themselves to be bright, and the one thing they can do better than anyone else on the planet is to use words that will hide what they are doing, and the population of the world, being both greedy and lazy, don't bother to try to understand the lunacy in their capitals. Most of them belong in prison or insane asylums, but the world is scared to death to do anything about them because of political correctness, a vivid progressive term used when extortion would be better used.

    The world's troubles are direct, DIRECT results of the cravenness of political leaders, movers and shakers. Bankers and big business are not blameless, but politicians, are the cause of malfeasance of bankers and business. Politicians write the laws, make the rules, appoint the oversight people, approve the regulations that are strangling everyone's economy, levy fines, and cause the arrest of some wrong-doers. Without these laws, we the people could stop what the banks are doing and we could stop what the businesses are doing that is harmful.

    Speaking for myself, I could manage without politicians running my life.

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  • Charles R. Anderson 2012/05/15 01:49:16
    Charles R. Anderson
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    Is this writer trying to confuse people by talking about Austerian economists? That is close to Austrian, which is a classical school of economics. In any case, his story is at best about half right. Oddly enough, those who favor austerity seem to favor higher taxes more than less government spending, so there has been no true austerity. One would like to see the private sector expand and the government sectors contract. That is certainly not what is happening. Everywhere we look, government continues to expand and the people take it on the chin.
  • Swampdog PWCM 2012/05/14 22:55:38
    Swampdog PWCM
    Nothing surprises me about this man anymore, or the other crappy world leaders!
  • Tasine 2012/05/14 01:56:46
    Tasine
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    The leaders of the world have gone mad. I'm sure they all believe themselves to be bright, and the one thing they can do better than anyone else on the planet is to use words that will hide what they are doing, and the population of the world, being both greedy and lazy, don't bother to try to understand the lunacy in their capitals. Most of them belong in prison or insane asylums, but the world is scared to death to do anything about them because of political correctness, a vivid progressive term used when extortion would be better used.

    The world's troubles are direct, DIRECT results of the cravenness of political leaders, movers and shakers. Bankers and big business are not blameless, but politicians, are the cause of malfeasance of bankers and business. Politicians write the laws, make the rules, appoint the oversight people, approve the regulations that are strangling everyone's economy, levy fines, and cause the arrest of some wrong-doers. Without these laws, we the people could stop what the banks are doing and we could stop what the businesses are doing that is harmful.

    Speaking for myself, I could manage without politicians running my life.
  • Striker 2012/05/14 01:38:51
    Striker
    +3
    Def. Corruption:
    1. the act of corrupting or state of being corrupt.
    2. moral perversion; depravity.
    3. perversion of integrity.
    4. corrupt or dishonest proceedings.
    5. bribery.

    I'd say corruption is among America's favorite buzzwords; so overused yet never expressly described. One would think that with an honest system and having 160,000+ pages of "laws" surely with all this talk of corruption our jails and FEMA camps would be overflowing with corrupt criminals awaiting their holocaust. Not the case.

    Borrowing money for stimulus payouts and putting the citizens (UNSIGNED 3rd PARTIES) at risk for repayment, is that merely "corrupt", or is it criminal?

    "(4) while the culpable elites retire to large houses behind high walls with their portions of the loot." Are they culpable or corrupt or criminal? Where is the "law"? If there be a law, why are they not in prison?

    Are the bankers merely corrupt, which is apparently "okay", or are they criminals?

    Isn't that why so many insist that we must be GOVERNed? Well, then?
  • Tasine Striker 2012/05/14 01:59:37
    Tasine
    +1
    The lewd and lascivious ones are corrupt but may not belong in jail. The ones who ignore their own laws, who try to make money off their positions, who deal under the table, who incessantly lie - all these belong behind bars. And for allowing our debt to rise through the ceiling, every blasted one, from the President to the assistants of Congressmen belong in prison, and it should be NOW. They have all become criminals.
  • LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH 2012/05/13 23:28:16 (edited)
    LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH
    +1
    How tragic for America. The corruption once it STARTED it would NEVER STOPPED.

    For all people involved will have the CORRUPT MENTALITY that I should get a piece

    of THE GOOD before IT'S ALL GONE.
  • LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH 2012/05/13 23:25:37
    LADY LIBERTY SILLY WORDSMITH
    Like people say we're all Greek now!

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