Wall Street’s vulture culture — stealing money by using money. And the wealthy are protected from the legal consequences because they own the politicians.
This is all part of the GW Bush legacy: 1) a trillion dollars spent, 2) over 4000 US GIs dead, 3) ove 200,000 Iraqi dead, 4) massive federal debt since the war was unfunded, and now 5) the wealthy refusing to pay for the war, and forcing the debt on the backs of the middle class. Way to go GW Bush, your brother is incorrect, history will remember you as one of the worst presidents ever. And you get to walk around free for the rest of your life. You should be in prison.
Nice ’toon – very true.
Ramirez, you shouldn’t lie like that, you know very well that the economy is doing better. Obama is pulling us out of a recession despite not getting support from the Republicans.
If you’re rich, you can by any politician you want, pass any laws you want, and then do anything you want. Shouldn’t our constitution prevent that type of systemic abuse?
Nice Henry. You’re a good guy when you are not shilling for the GOP.
The radical rich have told the politicians they have bribed that they will not pay $1 trillion dollars for the war that GW Bush started. So the Republican Party is pushing the cost of the war onto the middle class. That is what this sequestration is all about, everything else is smoke and mirrors.
Henry, it’s funny how you are trying to blame Obama for this disaster. It’s from the Republican party and their inability to compromise. And the GOP is run by the radical rich, so the millionaires are orchestrating this to avoid paying for the $1T war that GW Bush started.
Is that Charles Koch?
I think if you look at this article, you will find that Phil Gramm is behind sequestration, not Obama: