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You are all a bunch of scumbag cowards, lining your pockets with the virtues of War, and inside information. You wear your masks everyday; just so when you devour the poor, and innocent, that you can't see the destruction you are causing. Your souls are ready to be harvested by the god you serve, and you will attract your own un-virtuous end.
Your actions and thinking have given itself over to lust and deception. You think your money and power will save your wretched souls, yet, you are deceived into thinking WE REAL AMERICANS will not hold you accountable for your atrocities, and treasonous actions.
Dig your Tunnels, and Stupid Prisons, and go to your Secret Hiding Places; because when you find yourself there; This will be your prison, and so will your conscience be your school master in pain and agony.
God Bless those who hear the name of the Lord, And repent !!!
Am I allowed to say that?
inside trader,,,,,,,,,hm what an interesting concept,,,,,,,,,,,congress has a lot of privelages i guess their investment guys are better than ours,,,,,,,,really oh yeah they get by with a little help from their friends....
You know how our government always helps others to change their governments, well if the american people yanked out congress and the president, seized their assests, we could pay off the national debt and start from scratch with some pocket change and a clean slate.....lol
Of course if that happened the dow would be over 20,000..... lol oh well its nice to dream....
John Kerry's name is on almost every stock. Wonder what his tax bracket is? Hypocrite!
It was revealed when he was running for President that his tax rate was 13%. But the libs don't like it when you bring up that fact as they bash Romney about his 15% rate.
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