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Washington and Wall Street are Broken; Here's Proof

canetoad Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 8:05 PM
I, like the majority of people have only a basic concept of how markets work but if John Ransom is crying about financial regulation and holding CEOs accountable for their misdeeds then it must be the right policy.
Colonialgirl Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 11:33 PM
A Troll spews its idiocy from a head that is neck deep in the rectal passage way.
James____Tx Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 8:39 PM
Just another meaningless croak from the toady.
JMWinPR Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 8:18 PM
Ya mean like Corzine? How 'bout Barney and his buds at Fanny May and Mac. How bout the folks who hyped FB? How bout BHO for Affordable Care Act, Cash for Clunkers, etc
Patricia733 Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 10:17 PM
You just made the case against removing and actually adding more regulations. Unintended consequence?
Colonialgirl Wrote: Aug 18, 2012 11:34 PM
oldnjal Wrote: Aug 19, 2012 12:16 AM
Corzine will not be prosecuted, and that is very suspicious, but he had Obama in a photo with his arm around Corzine's shoulder and came to speak in NJ, complimenting Corzine. This smells of corruption.
We do not need more laws, just action on the ones that exist.
If not, then the laws should be removed, as they are administered unevenly.1.2 million missing from people's portfolios, unexplained, and Corzine walks.
Are people in jail for having a few ounces of marijuana in their car?

Ask any entrepreneur you know and they’ll tell you that raising money is the hardest thing they have ever done. 

Sure there is a ton of money out in the world. That’s why prices for dot coms went way up. And despite the subsequent bust, it didn’t stop money from moving into real estate. And when real estate busted, it hasn’t stopped money from moving into metals, oil and other commodities with astonishing rapidity.

Despite a sluggish economy in the U.S. in the last decade, world GDP had roughly doubled in that time from $32 trillion in 2000 to $63...

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