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How about the fed res bailing out the banks again? Seems really quiet this time. shhHHH!!!

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Blaine- The artist formerly known as Plumber Crack "(OFMC)" /

Damn. I thought this was going to be a thread about michael jacksons monkey.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

And the Uber Bank mergers continue when do I get paid back?

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The easing of banking regulations often does that to greedy fucking financial bros

And Mnuchin wants to roll them back even further

Thats why im voting for Warren

You cant have medicare for all, a nationwide infrastructure overhaul, or any other worthwhile social program without taking on the financial industry first

Banks have had record profits and are hoarding money for the coming recession (which IS coming, kids) and yet insist on the Fed injecting cash to keep them lending

Its no coincidence that Democrats have had 2 or 3 billionaires jump into their race. They KNOW the financial system is rigged in their favor and are doing their best to either win and protect the banks or hand Trump another 4 years, thus protecting the banks

This is beyond political parties, we must fight the banks, not each other.

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> Potr zebie Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> This is beyond political parties, we must fight the banks, not each

> other.

Exactly. We're all on the same side regardless of party affiliation but people are being brainwashed into attacking each other so that the elite can continue to prey off of us.

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> Potr zebie Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> The easing of banking regulations often does that to greedy fucking

> financial bros

>

> And Mnuchin wants to roll them back even further

>

> Thats why im voting for Warren

>

> You cant have medicare for all, a nationwide infrastructure overhaul, or

> any other worthwhile social program without taking on the financial

> industry first

>

> Banks have had record profits and are hoarding money for the coming

> recession (which IS coming, kids) and yet insist on the Fed injecting

> cash to keep them lending

>

> Its no coincidence that Democrats have had 2 or 3 billionaires jump into

> their race. They KNOW the financial system is rigged in their favor and

> are doing their best to either win and protect the banks or hand Trump

> another 4 years, thus protecting the banks

>

> This is beyond political parties, we must fight the banks, not each

> other.

^Amen! "coming recession" I feel this too, eliminate personal debt while you can, live as close to your job as possible, live simply and without financed extravagance. Buy used and use up products, don't trade in/up every time there is a new bell or whistle, debt is a prison. Cash is king.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

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Brad William /

Nerves nerves nerves, then the tipping point of irrational exuberance, then the run for the exits, then the cascade.... a game of musical chairs with such infectious music, except that when it stops there are only two chairs for every hundred dancers and, just like the time before, they're already occupied. How did that happen? Why did they all fall for it again?

Amazing how people can be so easily convinced that they can make sooooo much money from, well, money... like another con game of perpetual motion, or gravity overcome... just to get fattened, fattened, and slaughtered once again.

A con cannot work without a greedy mark. Its almost axiomatic.

Too simplistic, I know. Too mixed with metaphor. But there's a bit of truth in every jest.

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There's one born every minute, the bankers etc know exactly what they are doing, and have been in power long enough or financed a cronnie into lawmaking positions that they can get away with it. Yes good credit is important, but use it wisely, don't buy a new car, buy one a year old, have a large down payment, that way you don't fatten the lenders pockets with interest, or better yet buy low end used and pay cash. ( I know this is not an option for many) The only thing that should be financed ever is a house or real-estate, in some cases durable goods such as furniture or emergency car repairs if you only have one car and depend on it to get to work. Never charge food, clothing bar tabs or recreational stuff. It is a losing proposition, the only winners are the lenders and credit card people.

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♣Slew Foot♣ /

People still buy Roadmaster AMF with the MacCoulough...

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