The Judiciary Branch is useless when it comes to the SEC and Wall St.
A entire country knows Wall St. to be corrupt and yet the Judiciary Branch and SEC have failed to clean those we hand the keys to future and retirement of the US Citizen. Why?
Is the Judiciary Branch so useless, why pay them with tax payer money?
The SEC joke, steal millions and pay the SEC in hundreds, public executions would be much better.
You lose a finger if you steal over $10K, an arm at $100K, the head at $250K. We don't even let it get to the millions.
2 strikes and your entire company is dis-membered and divided up into smaller entities with close scrutiny for the next 30 years all at the expense of the company.
Shareholder are the first to receive money back from selling off the companies holdings.
No more allowing a company and CEO,CFO to hide behind a disclaimer; men like Carl Berg Jr. would be in shackles.
You need to search the word "the pledge" on the yahoo "dia" message board and pass it on to others. This needs to become viral so we can destroy the ills of our political system in broad strokes. I wonder if Congress has that stench of death that a nursing home does, my apologize to those who live in one, but your grand kids know what I speak of.
Thank You for protecting the criminals by cloaking them in law, can you also give murders a disclaimer like the CEO and CFO announces at every CC. Basically, " I can BS you all day on here by just telling you don't hold me to anything I say!".
Tell your boss that? See how fast you end up with a brown box at your desk. These CEO and CFO announce it every 3 months. Wow!!! We are fools. Warren Buffet please speak of the reality of the world or please close your pie hole.
The US Supreme Court is that a costume because you are not protecting the US Citizen or keeping the other 2 branches from bending over the US Citizen in the middle of Church, we know your blind and deaf, obviously.
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