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(MSNBC)   Iowa broker makes his clients $100 million broker   (bottomline.msnbc.msn.com) divider line 1
    More: Dumbass, Iowa, capital requirements, PFGBest, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Wall Street Journal  
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2012-07-19 07:48:11 AM  
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""I have to say I don't feel bad about deceiving the regulators," the note said. "They made the decision to be my enemy.""

Gee, do you think it was your corrupt business practices that caught the regulators attention? You don't feel bad about "deceiving regulators"? What about the life savings of your customers that you admit you squandered on building a new office for yourself? What about the life savings of the old folks who wanted nothing but to have a retirement fund to keep them from going hungry?

Apparently your broken sociopathic brain won't allow you to feel empathy for those lives you destroyed just as long as you feel vindicated in screwing a system designed to protect those investors.

Mr. Broker your "the regulators made me do it" defense is no different than the broken, twisted logic of a husband beating his wife and then saying if she would shut her mouth I wouldn't have to hit her.
 
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