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For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare

 
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For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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02/07/2013 01:38 AM
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peace
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wish we got both.

your welfare is higher than ours and we get no food stamps.


plus food and basic necessities are much more expensive here.
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02/07/2013 02:03 AM
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The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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you have drank their cool aid
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02/07/2013 02:06 AM
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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You are what is commonly referred to as a DUMBASS
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02/07/2013 02:17 AM
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The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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you have drank their cool aid
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33844893
Bullshit. You believed TPTB and their bogus self-exonerating report.
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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You are what is commonly referred to as a DUMBASS
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Refute anything I said.
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02/07/2013 02:19 AM
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see, two wrongs do make a right
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02/07/2013 02:22 AM
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see, two wrongs do make a right
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Not violating contract law is a "wrong" now? And you sheeple are wondering how the government gets away with the shit they do!
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02/07/2013 02:23 AM
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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Of course they didn't/don't but for you to say you want the same makes you as criminal as they are.
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02/07/2013 02:27 AM
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Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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gwdance Thats what Im talking bout playa! Thank you guys for all my steak and shrimp and organic groceries I get each month!
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bump
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The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
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you have drank their cool aid
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No, OP, that poster is RIGHT.

Obama screwed the GM bondholders by not paying on their bonds.
These bondholders were stolen from.

They weren't rich either.

The union fat cats got their share.

It is one of the most blatant financial crimes ever committed by a government, letting the thousands of GM bondholders lose all

to feed the fat-cat unions.
Now is the time.
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02/07/2013 07:14 PM
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Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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2 seperate issues.

Apples and oranges op
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02/07/2013 07:17 PM

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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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2 seperate issues.

Apples and oranges op
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But both are wrong and immoral.
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

Where are we going and why am I in this handbasket?. . .J. Handy
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Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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that was for meritorius service
Worry is a misuse of the imagination.
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02/07/2013 07:21 PM
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Did the Bankers deserve the record bonuses of millions of dollars they gave themselves with our bailout money we provided?
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2 seperate issues.

Apples and oranges op
 Quoting: *HEISENBERG*


But both are wrong and immoral.
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I agree, but to use one to justify the other is also wrong.
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02/07/2013 07:37 PM

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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
how about that:

everyone of you who ever had a credit/loan, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone of you who ever put some money in the bank to earn interests, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone who had to rely on foodstamps/welfare, is responsible for the crisis.
this goes for every company (state, department... ) as well !
..and for every bank, banker who offered credits, loans, interests.

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02/07/2013 07:39 PM

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you can just eat less, what's the problem? Nobody wants to give up what they feel they earned. You didn't earn any of this stuff.

They are selling you back to you and charging you your life. It is simply falling apart because energy can no longer allow this to continue...
"a foundation built on lies is always bound to crumble and those who aren't humble shall tumble to the earth"
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02/07/2013 07:41 PM

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how about that:

everyone of you who ever had a credit/loan, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone of you who ever put some money in the bank to earn interests, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone who had to rely on foodstamps/welfare, is responsible for the crisis.
this goes for every company (state, department... ) as well !
..and for every bank, banker who offered credits, loans, interests.
 Quoting: phoenixe


we simply stopped doing our own work. Convenience killed the cat
"a foundation built on lies is always bound to crumble and those who aren't humble shall tumble to the earth"
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
how about that:

everyone of you who ever had a credit/loan, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone of you who ever put some money in the bank to earn interests, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone who had to rely on foodstamps/welfare, is responsible for the crisis.
this goes for every company (state, department... ) as well !
..and for every bank, banker who offered credits, loans, interests.
 Quoting: phoenixe


Let me simplify it for you sweet cheeks:

Dumb ass liberals passed laws that FORCED banks to give loans to EVERYONE, whether they had the means or not to pay it back

Then, the same shit stain liberals (Frank and Dodd, two of the biggest) washed their hands of all wrongdoing when all these new loans started going into default
phoenixe

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02/07/2013 07:48 PM

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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
how about that:

everyone of you who ever had a credit/loan, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone of you who ever put some money in the bank to earn interests, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone who had to rely on foodstamps/welfare, is responsible for the crisis.
this goes for every company (state, department... ) as well !
..and for every bank, banker who offered credits, loans, interests.
 Quoting: phoenixe


we simply stopped doing our own work. Convenience killed the cat
 Quoting: acegotflows


spot on.

if everyone would work for himself, for his own living, without taking credits and only buy something when they have something valualble (by their own hands, without help of credit) - there would be no crisis.
Sundara

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02/07/2013 07:51 PM
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i'm on food stamps, without them we would not be able to afford living here.

(i have 2 children)
i love you:)
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02/07/2013 07:52 PM

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For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
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Here's a perfect example of why the USA is doomed.



Living the good life off of government benefits

"...Add it up and this family can get $81,589 in free assistance."

[link to www.whptv.com]

obamacash flagburn
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02/07/2013 07:53 PM
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Um...we aren't happy about the bank bailouts but what does that have to do with lazy bums trying to suck the system dry for their entitlements?
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
how about that:

everyone of you who ever had a credit/loan, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone of you who ever put some money in the bank to earn interests, is responsible for the crisis.
everyone who had to rely on foodstamps/welfare, is responsible for the crisis.
this goes for every company (state, department... ) as well !
..and for every bank, banker who offered credits, loans, interests.
 Quoting: phoenixe


Let me simplify it for you sweet cheeks:

Dumb ass liberals passed laws that FORCED banks to give loans to EVERYONE, whether they had the means or not to pay it back

Then, the same shit stain liberals (Frank and Dodd, two of the biggest) washed their hands of all wrongdoing when all these new loans started going into default
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10132842


well.. and WHO did put out first?
WHO wanted/needed credit/loans first?
WHO wanted to earn interests first?
WHO took them first?

the reason is the system you/we all accepted, so it is our all fault as we allow this to be that way.
you´ve just described the followers who created another symptom of this system by using this system.
phoenixe

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02/07/2013 07:55 PM

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take a look at the macrocosm to see the whole system itself which led to this;
not only look around in your microcosm, where you only find examples/symptoms of how the system works.
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Re: For those Bitching about Food Stamps and wellfare
The financial crisis was not caused by the banks. It was caused by regulations passed by libtards in the government that forced banks to make loans to Democrat constituencies regardless if the borrowers were good credit risks.

Members of the President's financial crisis commission explained this in detail in what must be the most important minority rebuttal ever to be buried by the LMSM. Bet you never even knew it existed. Download it here (pdf): [link to fcic-static.law.stanford.edu] A measure of how accurate and correct it is can be found by looking at the number of government shills who are still attacking it on the web.

The commissions paid to the bankers were guaranteed by contract. Those contracts were protected by the same contract law that protects your home and business from unreasonable attack by private citizens and governments alike.

Only a fool would challenge the legitimacy of contract law, it's probably the last protection that the government doesn't have under all-out attack. And even at that, the government ran roughshod over contract law during the nationalizing of the auto industry, unilaterally canceling contractually-guaranteed debt to hand the automotive companies to the very unions that destroyed them. Eminent domain abuse is also rampant.

The issue of the bonuses to bankers pales in comparison to the consequences of weakening the protections offered by contract law. It would be insane to give the government any sort of lever they could use to weaken or breach those protections. If we give the government the idea that they can cancel any contract that they don't like, what protection will we have left from government run amok?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33854599


you have drank their cool aid
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33844893


No, OP, that poster is RIGHT.

Obama screwed the GM bondholders by not paying on their bonds.
These bondholders were stolen from.

They weren't rich either.

The union fat cats got their share.

It is one of the most blatant financial crimes ever committed by a government, letting the thousands of GM bondholders lose all

to feed the fat-cat unions.
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