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Make THE USA... AAA-It Is Time To NATIONALIZE The Stock Market

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August 07, 2011 – Comments (13)

The legal argument is simple....especially in light of S&Ps downgrade this weekend.

We are a private free market economy and offer our citizens the rights and responsibilities of private property.  With the privilege of private property comes the risk of loss....it is why people become poor in America after they lose on an investment or business goes bankrupt...which has been happening to MILLION of Americans on Main Street in the last few years.

However, in 2008 WE THE PEOPLE bailed out Wall Street and those who invested with Wall Street...with about $23 trillion dollars of various programs, according to Barofsky.....and Warren Buffett admits that but for the bailout, every Wall Street company would have gone bankrupt, including Berkshire Hathaway.

Consequently...since the RISK was passed on to the TAXPAYER....WE THE PEOPLE should own the stock market and all those companies listed.

Once the Stock Market is Nationalized...America would become AAA again and ownership of the market would belong to those who took on the risk...The American People......WE THE PEOPLE....all of the American people and not DISPROPORTIONATELY benefit the top few percent.

In life, he to takes on the risk should get the reward....and in the Stock Market's case, it was the American people who took on the risk and now should own the market.

13 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 08, 2011 at 2:13 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Sempai Alstrymous --

      Lest we forget that "We The People" have elections and the re-election season has started. Let the candidates suggest "nationalizing the stockmarket." Currently, it's a non-start Comrade.

      Let us see who is President, and who is in control of the House and Senate, come the next election.

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#2) On August 08, 2011 at 8:46 AM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

We will not make it the the "next" election at this rate of decline....

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#3) On August 08, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Teacherman1 (42.66) wrote:

Alstry, you keep "shouting" about the "Taxpayers".

Just who do you think the "Taxpayers" are?

Do you think there just might be some coorelation between investors and "Taxpayers"?

If the "Taxpayers" are going to "bail out" the country by paying more taxes (which I think should be part of the equation), they are going to have to have income to tax.

Just a couple of questions for you to ponder, assuming you take a break and actually do that sometimes.

Have fun.

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#4) On August 08, 2011 at 10:54 AM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

The TAXPAYERS are WE THE PEOPLE....

Only a relatively small percentage of the taxpayers were DISPROPORTIONATELY bailed out with over $23 TRILLION of EVERY TAXPAYER guarantees and other DIRECT AND INDIRECT financial obligations.

When the Constitution was written....WE THE PEOPLE was everyone....and the laws apply EQUALLY to everyone......EQUAL JUSTICE FOR ALL....NOT JUST LAZY RETIRED SCHOOL TEACHERS WHOSE PENSIONS AND OTHER INVESTMENTS SHOULD HAVE GONE BROKE BUT FOR WE THE PEOPLE BAILING IT OUT....

JUST LIKE MILLIONS OF AMERICANS WENT BROKE ON MAIN STREET...WHO WERE NOT BAILED OUT.

Why do you need income to tax when you can tax BAILED OUT ASSETS?

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#5) On August 08, 2011 at 11:30 AM, Teacherman1 (42.66) wrote:

Gee. I must have touched a nerve. (:

Have fun with your "ranting".

Just one question; are you by any chance the "Black Sheep" of your family?

That's personal, so if you don't want to answer, that's fine.

Have a good day.

Yours Truly

Lazy Retired School Teacher.

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#6) On August 08, 2011 at 11:36 AM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

What is your definition of Black Sheep?

Do you really think you can live a retired lifestyle when your nation is broke?

Are you really such a Sociopath and don't give a damn about the people around you as you borrow THEIR future away so you can live a retired lifestyle?

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#7) On August 08, 2011 at 12:42 PM, Teacherman1 (42.66) wrote:

Alstry, I'm not borrowing from anyone.

Why would you think I don't give a "darn" about those around me?

I do much more than give "lip service" to those in need. Unlike some who shall remain known only to themselves and those around them in need.

As for "Black Sheep", I think you know very well what I mean. The one in the family who is very different in their behavior and beliefs then the rest of their family members.

It wasn't supposed to be a "stump the panel" question. Just wanted to know if you came from a family of like thinkers, or if you were an anomoly.

Anyway, this lazy, useless, parasitic retired school teacher hopes you have a good day.

I'm tired of playing for now, and it is hot outside, so I am going to take my "unearned" toys and go inside where it is cool.

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#8) On August 08, 2011 at 4:35 PM, alstry (35.96) wrote:

I come from a family of relatively very high formally educated people as far as the traditional persepctive goes.  You know, PhDs, MDs, Law Degrees etc.....

but some think a lot more than others.

And as far as you borrowing from the youth.....it is what the entire bailout of your pension plan and publicly traded companies were....

but I don't hold you personally culpable....

as what a really smart man once said....

forgive them for they know not what they do.....

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#9) On August 08, 2011 at 5:06 PM, Teacherman1 (42.66) wrote:

Good quote Alstry.

Just one problem, HE wasn't just a smart man.

HE is the Son of GOD.

The more complete quote should have been, "Forgive them FATHER, for they know not what they do".

Have a good evening.

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#10) On August 08, 2011 at 10:24 PM, TDRH (99.49) wrote:

Again I pose the question, who rec's this dribble?

 

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#11) On August 08, 2011 at 10:33 PM, robwg (< 20) wrote:

I can't imagine anything less fair or less desirable than a stock market managed by the Federal government. You must be nuts.

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#12) On August 08, 2011 at 10:37 PM, wolfman225 (63.81) wrote:

^ Again I pose the question, who rec's this dribble?

I asked the same question of an earlier post.  I was told that "Alstry" and his clones do most of the rec-ing.

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#13) On August 08, 2011 at 10:45 PM, truthisntstupid (92.33) wrote:

Alstry, would one of those "taxpayers" you're refering to be an apparently unemployed individual who has written a total of 3125 blogs since Feb of 2008...545 this year alone?

Get...a...job.

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