My point in case Jamie

Dimon of J.P. Morgan Chase pushes for deregulation of the banks. Just like CNBC and all of the talking heads on financial based television.

We lobby against rules and regulations with hundreds of millions of dollars until we get caught. Then we blame it on the regulators or the lack thereof or the implementation of necessary regulations to protect the economic productivity of this country.

It is Thursday morning and the truth is still coming out, Monday it was $2 billion Thursday it is 3 billion, the word is deception. When a business sector fights fervently for deregulation and fails to be honest with the public and themselves, it is anarchy. The lack of honesty, and failure to accept regulation in banking, is bring this country down. I'm not a genius 1929 is the bookmark.


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caroline01 3 years 27 weeks ago

Yes, it is.

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