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alstry (36.24)

Does anyone find this fundementally wronig?

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September 23, 2010 – Comments (3)

We arrest local politicians in California for taking too large a salary from taxpayers money but we bonus insolvent bankers billions for taking even larger salaries AFTER being bailed out with taxpayer money?

And now these same banks are foreclosing on citizens whose homes have no mortgage?

Oops! No mortgage and still foreclosed on

Any thoughts on what happens to our econmy if America is told it can't "borrow" as much anymore?

PS:  I am in full agreement with the California arrests.

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#1) On September 23, 2010 at 8:40 AM, mtf00l (47.64) wrote:

The Federal Government makes the laws. Their not subject to them.  Hence State officials will go to jail and federal officials will get anything between a full retirement and a new appointment.

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#2) On September 23, 2010 at 9:02 AM, alstry (36.24) wrote:

Actually, under the Constitution.....it is supposed to be the opposite....

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#3) On September 23, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Dow3000 (< 20) wrote:

Ok, I have recently reflected upon a question.  The US set out to create the smallest federal government in history (and succeeded)...but b/c this created the most prosperity in history (and a huge economy)...the government slowly grew to become the biggest in history.

I guess my question is do you think it is impossible for people to be truly free with any federal government, no matter how good a constitution is built to limit it?  Are libertarians just kidding themselves into thinking we can actually limit a federal government for any reasonable period of time?

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