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  • jforuus jforuus Dec 29, 2012 10:00 AM Flag

    Dear Mr. President you theif

    Thank you for being a head of a government that allows men in Wall St. to collude ritually to stealing our money.

    Thank you for giving us no choice but to invest either with Wall St. Crooks or Fraudlent Bankers who are also Wall St. crooks. That F'ng POS congress is giving all our money away and I hope you realize when they play "the game" of stealing our money, they will be looking to steal your money next.

    Read this letter the next time your on TV ? We know better though about you actually speaking the truth about how the US Citizen feels and how close we are to letting anyone lead us into a revolt and reformation of the current two political party system that we have that the entire country knows to be incapable of leading and certainly UNTRUSTWORTHY.

    cut and paste this into your next email to the House and Congress? Great job letting Jon Corzine off the hook and on that note we can call you all POS, you included.

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    • You and millions like you voted for your congressmen. You get what you vote for. The president has nothing to do with who is in Congress. You need to grow up and quit whining and look in the mirror when you want to blame somebody.

    • Obviously you must be a graduate of that institute of higher learning "Fox News"

    • The Washington bipartisan system of institutionalized corruption - Pay-To-Play politics - is a US Founding Flaw. There is no Jefferson's Wall between politicians and money. We need a Constitutional Amendment to fix it. It's hard to get one since money protects itself, but it is slowly ruining us, no question.

    • Yep, you just described the Wall Street Casino. But the price is up 22 cents a gallon stealing $22 billion a day out of of economy, money that could have been used to grow the economy instead of lining the pockets of Wall Street Crooks.
      Weekly data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration
      showed U.S. gasoline stocks rose by 3.8 million barrels last
      week, capping a five-week build of nearly 23 million barrels.
      Demand for the motor fuel is down 2.8 percent from the same
      period of 2011. The weekly build in gasoline stocks was larger
      than analysts had expected.

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