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Forum Post: To Hear Louise Slaughter speak about a congressional "insider trading bill"

Posted 10 years ago on Dec. 11, 2011, 4:14 p.m. EST by FrogWithWings (1367)
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makes me sick.


SEC states, 'we can but everyone knows the game now, justice doesn't prosecute big money'


For those too slow to keep up, LAWS, CODES and STATUTES already exist which certainly make these rampant acts of corruption, unlawful, illegal and prosecutable. THERE IS NO NEED TO PASS a SPECIAL piece of legshitlation just to apply to congressional members, just prosecute those who are guilty. (that's most all of them and I don't think there is any statute of limitations on treason)

Just more smoke and mirrors bi-party vaudeville performance antics to dupe slowtards in believing the system does something remotely resembling functions with even a tiny shred of integrity.

either side of the traditional aisle matters not.... this posturing currently going on should insult any and all reasonable and thinking persons.



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[-] 1 points by BofL (434) 10 years ago

It's the most pertinent line of thinking on OWS today. Thanks for keeping it real, Frog.

And, there is no statute of limitations on FRAUD which is what this all boils down to.

When there is a sufficient meeting of the minds, a mass of individuals, who understand the mechanics of how to bring actions in Article III courts, WITH the capital to go after these criminals, things will change.

Expecting the DOJ to prosecute is like expecting the left hand to cut off the right.

[-] 1 points by FrogWithWings (1367) 10 years ago

Well, we'd like to think it is, however, similar egregious treasonous acts of blatant wealth extraction has happened repeatedly since the beginning of this movement, and all people want to do it camp out about it all.