Lehman Brothers scapegoat

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Lehman Brothers scapegoat

Postby Enigma » 10 May 2012, 04:04

I feel it is really comforting that Lehman Brothers are on the line for a telescopic governmental sight. First to fail and first to be left in the dust with the government. Now, can anyone name any person associated, beyond Lehman, with a Trillion Dollor Bail Out that got indicted? HA. Not indicted and certainly not convicted. How many citizens that peacfully complained on the street and were not only indicted but convicted? They sit in jail for complaining while the assholes continue to reap your money for their own benefit.
I am not a conspiracy guy. I just use my feeble brain to figure out that the people are getting screwed. If you don't think so, bend over for a few moments. It might help if you put a dollar deep.
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