Posted 7 years ago on March 28, 2012, 10:24 a.m. EST by jph
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"Matt Taibbi talks about Bank of America at an Occupy Wall Street day of action, February 29th, 2012. He wrote this article for OWS, and passed it out to the crowd. It's an informative and urgent call to action for Americans from all walks of life. ... The only way to prevent this kind of slide to total lawlessness is to break this unhealthy relationship between bank and government. It would be a great sign of America's return to healthier capitalism if we could allow one of the worst of public-private monsters, Bank of America, to sink or swim on its own, in the free market. We don't want Bank of America to fail. Our position is, it already is insolvent, and already has failed – and only our tax dollars, and our government's continued protection, is keeping that failure from becoming more common knowledge. There are many opinions about the nature of modern American capitalism. Some think the system is no longer able to meet the needs of ordinary people and needs to be radically overhauled, while others like it just the way it is."
Seems to be very level headed and easy for all to get on board with. Both the 'left' and 'right' parties have kept this criminal enterprise going, we must demand that this changes.