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Wednesday, March 09, 2005


towards a feudal society

posted by Aziz P. at Wednesday, March 09, 2005 permalink View blog reactions
The Bankruptcy Bill - so terrible, that it got Free Republic to agree with Paul Krugman.

This will have a chilling effect on entrepeneurship, since it increases the risk. This bill will encourage credit card companies, however, in their predatory lending schemes. Ultimately, the ideal consumer is the one who works for a minimum wage, for a huge corporation, who is eternally in debt and paying fees and interest on the basic goods.

It's time to resurrect class warfare, because we're losing, both red and blue, to the (dark) green.


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