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It’s time for a little activist-on-activist action

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  1. Yes Debbie, the corporate welfare needs to be stopped 100% The problem is not the corporations, nor the lobbyists so much as the politicians whom enrich themselves by selling their souls for reelection through pushing crony-capitalism-favoring legislation and handing out taxpayer dollars/tax breaks/ grants, etc. to friends, family members, and their corporate bed-pals. Without the political corruption, Lobbying, crony-capitalsim and bailouts would never have been possible.

    Look at the recent exposure of members of Congress “legally” using insider information to enrich themselves through the stock market for a good example.If you or I were caught doing that we would face severe fines and prison time. We need to reestablish the rule of law and cut out the loopholes politicians have written into legislation that prevents members of Congress from being put on CRIMINAL trial for their transgressions, period. A few prison sentences would go a long way towards putting the breaks on crony-capitalism and it would deter others from running for election simply to enable them to steal from the working class taxpayers.

  2. The occupiers probably wouldn’t generate as much support if the job market was improving, but it’s not. And truly all Americans should be mad as heck at these huge corporations that are unwilling to do more with less… who stick their hand out to the government and say, “Help Me” then take American tax dollars and without conscience or accountability pour the money into their corporate coffers and then into upper management’s pockets. Not all corporations who were bailed out have done this, but a majority have and it has been done at the expense of hard working average Americans… No work, higher and higher prices, no raises of middle American workers (those still working), and huge profits by corporations have created this volatile environment. Congress doesn’t do anything about it because they have been preying on taxpayers for years and years and years… Unchecked greed, avarice, and corruption have brought us to this point… in reality the Tea Party and the Occupy Wall Street groups aren’t all that far apart… they both know that something has to change… the difference is the method of change… but neither group has a workable and fair answer… This is a conundrum of Biblical proportions and only divine intervention will bring about a “fair & balanced” response and plan of action. That’s my opinion and I’m stickin’ to it. Shalom y’all.