confiscation and redistribution

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Whose wealth should we confiscate and redistribute? The Koch Bros.and the others on the Who are the 1% list would be a good start, but there are plenty of other criminal capitalists.

We should use the mansions to host progressive think tanks. What else? Corrupt colleges should be taken over, and lets get those frackin' bastegers

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It is truly sad how Thom and his ilk have dragged this country down so far with hyperbolic rhetoric that we end up with Americans who truly "think" like the above poster. Very sad indeed.

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Thank you, Cal. Any insult from the likes of you are compliments to me. Keep working it so One Bank To Rule Them All can be created.

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This country has been dragged down by policies that favor superich hedge fund managers and derivatives traders and by right-wing distortions and lies. If the country has been dragged down so much, then it must not be such a great country, so why the need for all the psuedo-super-patriotism for a place that is populated by such mediocre people, such terrible "rabble-rousers?"

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The CEOs of the CRAs should be jailed and thier money/wealth should be redistributed.

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