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  •  Dimitri Papademetriou aka Jamie Dimon (0+ / 0-)

    following your link:

    Now let me be clear. I don’t advocate indefinitely detaining Jamie Dimon–or anyone else either, particularly not American citizens, no matter how loathsome or dangerous to the United States. But given that our country maintains it is more important to “incapacitate” terrorists and those who support them than to punish those who did trillions of dollars of damage to our economy, we may well have to treat Jamie Dimon as a material supporter of terrorism to get some justice.

    And Jamie? If I were you I would report to an Embassy or some other official government office right away, as the government claims Anwar al-Awlaki should have.

    Perhaps Gitmo or his family's homeland, Turkey for Jamie Dimon?
    Dimitri Papademetriou, the chairman and chief executive officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., who is better known by his Anglicized name Jamie Dimon.

    Dimon's Anatolian Greek grandfather became a New York stockbroker after fleeing Smyrna at the end of the Greco-Turkish War in 1922.

    Rhetoric has to be matched with actions. "Only actions don't lie."

    by allenjo on Sun Dec 18, 2011 at 10:02:22 AM PST

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