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  • plmarion2000 plmarion2000 Oct 24, 2008 2:43 PM Flag

    Joe the plumber as new head of the SEC:

    The SEC has done nothing for anybody but wallstreet crooks. The SEC is worthless.
    I'd like to take a baseball bat & strike the stock crooks in the face for every small quanity of shares they sold to knock down the prices. For every failed to deliver share & for every lie posted on these boards. The SEC does nothing about it. Those vultures sit on these yahoo finance boards 24/7 wrecking stocks. I hope this market falls off the face of the earth.
    Only multi millionaire Ceo's get bailed out. There's simply no rules enforced for "we the people"
    All of these wallstreet thugs should be lined up & shot! Nobodys ever held accountable in a court of law. The trillion dollar bailout seems to be going towards golden parachutes for parasites. There was a Glass-Stegal act put in place in 1933 to stop commercial banks from becoming investment (wallstreet) crooks with our money. It was removed in 1999 by the Clinton Administration. Our self serving Gov't just put a trillion dollars in a bucket with all the same existing holes in it. If they wanted to fix something they would have held somebody accountable & enforced some laws. This Glass- Stegal act was not put back into place. They are grilling people with committies however, none of the gluttonous pigs have been handed any court dates. I've lost all respect for the US Govt.& the SEC... It's rotten to the core. They are ruining the whole world with their antics.

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