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    • Fri, Sep 23, 2011 - 07:37pm

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      corn1945

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      The website itself is poorly

    The website itself is poorly organized and confusing. They will send you a plastic card the size of a credit card as a two-factor authentication method. Making changes is a hassle. I had to mail a form to add a bank account.

    Doesn’t really seem worth it. Only seems practical if you are really rich and need a place to stash money above the FDIC limit.

    • Tue, Jul 26, 2011 - 01:11am

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      How many of those

    How many of those representative were re-elected?

    • Tue, Jul 26, 2011 - 12:38am

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      The United States of America

    The United States of America was not forced to bail out failed enterprises. The American people chose that and then endorsed that. Now they have to deal with the consequences.

    It is irrelevant if I think GE, AIG, etc should pay tax because they don’t pay any now and won’t pay any in the future.

    All we are doing is punishing the small guy with the taxes and regulations. The large corporation simply don’t follow them or pay armies of lawyers and accountants to work around them (General Electrics).

    I don’t own a small business but I work for one. I see the economic force that they are but it pains me to see the open hostility this country has for businesses of all sizes.

    • Tue, Jul 26, 2011 - 12:11am

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      No one forced you to bail

    No one forced you to bail them out. We could have decided three years ago to let the system clear. Instead, we’ve wasted trillions of dollars propping up failed enterprises (banks and automakers etc). We could have let the automakers fail (this is the second time Chrysler has been bailed out) and protected depositors while letting the banks fail. We did not do that.

    The irony here is that the liberals rant incessantly about the "wealth gap." Well, you could have permanently fixed the wealth gap by wiping out the paper wealth of the people you despise so much! Sure this would have hurt that average Joe but they are hurting anyway. So what did you gain?

    The American people decided (by returning to office virtually all of the crooks who voted for TARP) that they are OK with the current arrangement.

    • Mon, Jul 25, 2011 - 11:42pm

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      It is absolutely none of

    It is absolutely none of your business what a private company does with it’s money.

    If it wants to hire workers, that is none of your business.

    If it wants to buy-back shares, that is none of your business.

    If it wants to pay out dividends, that is none of your business.

    If it wants to buy beer and hookers, that is also none of your business.

    It is not your money.

    We’ve tried the anti-business ideas for decades. We’ve tried the extortionary tax rates. We’ve tried the outrageous regulations. We’ve tried all of that and the result is record unemployment, poverty, and destitution.

    We should lower the corporate tax rate to 0% and throw a parade for every small businessman who creates jobs.

    We should stop wasting time trying to determine how to confiscate someone else’s money and start rewarding the entrepreneurial spirit in America. 

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