it's easier and less expensive to do so

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And so let's let the other shoe drop - when is "easy" any reason not to regulate large entities that can damage our public and our Democracy?

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You should read "From Freedom to Slavery" by Jerry Spence, first published in 1996.

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I am not acquainted with him, but looked up the book - though perhaps my reading it would be like his preaching to the converted.
But, what interests me is that people, as diverse as Paul Krugman, through Naomi Klein come to the same conclusion from various angles. When an issue is illuminated by people working in different disciplines is when I really, really, take notice. That the moderate many in our society choose to ignore the rot only allows the criminal few to prosper. One wonders, looking at the airport screening lines, if the people shuffling towards their overlords would balk at an invitation to take showers with Zyklon B.

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Damn! Can I use the line: "One wonders, looking at the airport screening lines, if the people shuffling towards their overlords would balk at an invitation to take showers with Zyklon B"?

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Go ahead. It only takes unthinking, unquestioning, obedience to destroy our Democracy and make our Constitution worthless.
Think about it, how far we have come from being the first truly revolutionary country where the important freedoms that protect people from a government of our peers were enumerated.

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They are stopping because not that they are to big,.. that's true... but the FEDERAL RESERVE is a conglomeration of BANKS!!! That's the answer!

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And guess what - the Administration does have the power to nationalize all of that, splitting off the productive commercial banking from the investment banks, and allowing the insolvent investment banks to fail.

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Because we are owned by the banking cartels.

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As pointed out by Senator Durbin. Though I hardly believe that he is sad that "the bankers own the place" since his crocodile tears are usually followed by his voting against the best interests of his constituents.

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STFU tardmonkey

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