Anyone possessing 50¢ in intellectual capital would recognize that reprobate for the shill that he is.
And they left the traitor Hamilton on the $10.
Some sort of settlement has already been agreed to in the matter; they are working out the details. Fines and some sort of censuring will no doubt come as a result.
The federal government gets the fines, though, and the people they screwed get nothing. It's a wonderful game.
The "greatest country on earth"? By what metric? In many respects we can hear the noise from the drain.
Yeah, by definition of the word "delegate" alone it would appear that the sordid mess should serve as an indictment of the entire process. So, what's supposed to happen when the will of the people is thwarted?
We should fear the "legislation" above becoming a model elsewhere especially closer to home.
We should also fear the "squeezing" of cash and related transactions. No doubt being reduced to barter or "credits" is part of the agenda.
An unconstitutional agency making an unconstitutional judgement as though it were law.
Or... we could view it as a bad tasting burp and still make plans for the smorgasbord that will come later.
I'm intrigued by the prospect, but cannot help but feel that the recent dilution was all about preparing to be raped by the CRA. That said, will we soon see a raft of potential lawsuits to follow on the heels of such a settlement?
I think that upon close examination you'll find that media and the banking cartel are both largely controlled by a single demographic subset. From there it is not a large leap to consider they could be working in concert. I think, too, that the same thing can be said about politics in general. Without that aspect, one must say it is otherwise entirely insane, perhaps criminally so.
I ask simply because every time we move up as we know we ought, something snatches the rug out from under the gain. Is SLW an issue that many think more accurately symbolizes the future for this particular market segment and must consequently be suppressed by those that fear the money failing?