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The Corzine Rule

Don't Tread On Me3 Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 12:13 PM
Actually, much of what has been done in recent decades in the name of "financial regulation" seem to have been schemes to give the political elite class & its friends arbitrary control by fiat that allows the well-connected to run scams & milk the system, & the political class to buy support, while the little guy can't get credit, a decent return on bond investments, or "in" on opportunities reserved for the elite insiders, while disclosing everything he does to all manner of snoops. Enron was done by Friends Of Bill (Clinton) & protected by his Treas. Sec. Bentsen. Clinton also turned the Community Reinvestment Act into a racial quota on mortgage loans, which destroyed creditworthiness standards & set off the real estate bubble.
traitorbill Wrote: Jun 02, 2012 8:42 PM
The Federal Reserve on steroids.
tynar Wrote: Jun 03, 2012 10:00 AM
America can get out of its economic woes by seizing control of the Federal Reserve, and stop using it to give 0% loans to bankers and financial interests,

and instead give these loans with a hundred year maturity to the states, who could then start massive infrastructure rebuilding projects.

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Came across this article on May 29 that talks about the continuing saga of MF Global and Jon Corzine. It’s amazing that this epic financial scandal gets no consistent main stream media coverage. Over a billion was stolen. Corzine is in Madoff territory.

Here is the proposed rule,

Futures brokers would need to get approval from a top executive before making big withdrawals from customer accounts under a rule now pending and referred to in the industry as the “Corzine rule”, after MF Global’s former CEO Jon Corzine.

Why is this stupid? Because it wasn’t a lack...