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Old 08-25-2009, 10:10 AM
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i think there is a case made for it either way, but the government is definitely in collusion. the government wants the cooperation of big business / wall street for its unrealistic pension deals and big business wants the cooperation of government so that the taxpayers will have to subsidize any losses that they incur. either way, it is a very unhealthy relationship for the citizens, especially with big business moving their businesses overseas and government refusing to intervene. money is leaving our country in buckets now, and both the government and big business are making money off the current and future labor of the taxpayers!

this is just one thing that is being done:
i don't know how else this could be interpreted other than the federal reserve is opening lines that could help american banks fund foreign capital flight from the united states.

this is not a good thing for the united states!

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