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(Guardian)   UK minister is so far out of touch, he thinks the US prosecutes companies for bribery and corruption   (guardian.co.uk) divider line 14
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2013-07-05 11:47:27 AM
Considering Murdoch owns the conservative thought-bubble, I doubt that'll ever happen. But it was a nice suggestion.
 
2013-07-05 12:15:12 PM
That's pretty funny
 
2013-07-05 12:22:21 PM
Yes, Sir, another round of tax breaks coming up, Sir!
 
2013-07-05 12:41:57 PM
Sometimes, as with Mr. Darrell Issa, we even elect them to office!
 
2013-07-05 12:48:10 PM
"And now for something completely different."
 
2013-07-05 01:04:41 PM
i very nearly chortled audibly
 
2013-07-05 01:11:54 PM
"No doubt the FBI will be very interested in comments that suggest a senior director of a company was fully aware of payments to foreign officials."

Heh heh...ah ha ha...HAHA...AHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA...(breathe)...AHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
 
2013-07-05 02:33:28 PM
No, we don't prosecute them. We just let the mafia kill one or two of them every month so they get the idea to be a bit less idiotic.
 
2013-07-05 03:21:49 PM
If this horseshiat peddler pays one penny in fines, or spends one nanosecond in the dock, I'll eat my hat.
 
2013-07-05 03:37:04 PM
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2013-07-05 05:26:02 PM
LOL noob.
 
2013-07-05 08:26:00 PM
Haha, oh wow. What kind of fantasy world does he live in?
 
2013-07-05 09:00:01 PM
Mr. Bryant, I know you're people have been speaking English longer  than we have over here, but let me explain something about the intricacies of US Governmental English:  you see, over here, it's the politicians who apologize to big business.  Not the other way around.
 
2013-07-06 02:18:18 AM

machoprogrammer: Haha, oh wow. What kind of fantasy world does he live in?


The same fantasy world many Americans think we all still live in - a world in which elected officials, not the rich, run the country at the behest of their constituents, according to laws that we all agreed upon as part of our participation in democracy.

pueblonative: Mr. Bryant, I know you're people have been speaking English longer  than we have over here, but let me explain something about the intricacies of US Governmental English:  you see, over here, it's the politicians who apologize to big business.  Not the other way around.


Exactly. It's clear that the rich figured out that you don't have to argue with the grunts if you can buy off their supervisors. The cops are militarized, the bureaucrats have moved from civil servant to civil master, and the rich tell them what to do. Courts deliver the best legal decisions money can buy, and the rich have the money.
 
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