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2012-10-26 06:21:31 AM  
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KrispyKritter: Please pay me a visit, secret service!


While I believe that many corporate executives and investors are long overdue for some retribution for the shameless exploitation of the general public, we should keep it legal. Drag them into courts, make them expose their financial records and air their dirty laundry on public record. Random acts of violence won't change anything, and the last thing we want to do is make martyrs out of millionaires.
2012-10-26 08:11:02 AM  
1 votes:
Aww. How sad that nothing of value was lost.
2012-10-26 07:47:21 AM  
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Heist: KrispyKritter: Please pay me a visit, secret service!

While I believe that many corporate executives and investors are long overdue for some retribution for the shameless exploitation of the general public, we should keep it legal. Drag them into courts, make them expose their financial records and air their dirty laundry on public record. Random acts of violence won't change anything, and the last thing we want to do is make martyrs out of millionaires.


The problem is that any 'punishment' or 'retribution' doled out to any 'suits' found 'guilty' is at the worst a stay in a 'club med' prison or at the least a slap on the wrist fine. If they actually spent serious time in a cell next to serial killers then it would look mopre like justice is being served.

The fact that politicians gladly take bribes political contributions from evil scumbag businessmen like the Koch brothers doesn't help the public's perception of fairness either.

This only fuels the crazies and causes a general lack of empathy on the part of the '99%'.

These in power really need to put down their Wall St Journals and read a few history bookls..
2012-10-26 05:51:13 AM  
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KrispyKritter: Let's see two of these a week every week. Corporate heads, politicians, bankers, Wall Streeters, Mitt Romney types etcetera. In time such people would finally catch on and mend their ways. No need to ruin peoples lives for a few extra cents return on investment, you greedy selfish wealthy bastards.


We tried that and no one liked the Red Army Faction.
2012-10-26 05:36:32 AM  
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KrispyKritter: Let's see two of these a week every week. Corporate heads, politicians, bankers, Wall Streeters, Mitt Romney types etcetera. In time such people would finally catch on and mend their ways. No need to ruin peoples lives for a few extra cents return on investment, you greedy selfish wealthy bastards.


Pretty sure mentioning a potential future President of the United States in a call for killing 2 of "these guys" a week is a felony.
2012-10-26 05:30:10 AM  
1 votes:

roadkillontheweb: Why are the gas companies trying to get Obama re-elected?


Because they want a foothold in the black market.
2012-10-26 05:19:15 AM  
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Let's see two of these a week every week. Corporate heads, politicians, bankers, Wall Streeters, Mitt Romney types etcetera. In time such people would finally catch on and mend their ways. No need to ruin peoples lives for a few extra cents return on investment, you greedy selfish wealthy bastards.
 
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