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  •  And....Remember If You Pull A Bombing Incident (6+ / 0-)

    on the American people, you may slink away for a day or two, but you will get yours.  You will be met w/ might, & your firepower will be matched & then some.  

    Just ask suspect #2 who was soon found cowering under a boat.  That smirk got wiped off his face within days.

    If & when that particular homicidal criminal survives, he will find out what it's like when you are not a white collar criminal, when corporate America has no inclination to cover or rescue you.  Sometimes justice does still prevail
    in the United States.  

    •  That's part of the diarist's point, (5+ / 0-)

      only some laws are upheld. It's a great thing the bombers were caught, but how about those who wiped out trillions of dollars of middle class net work, destroyed families, motivated suicides?

      The vast middle corporate citizenry is too complicit and anesthetized with creature comforts and conveniences and a false sense of personal security to even see the problems, let alone have the stomach to demand the sweeping reforms that would be necessary to address them.

      Frankly, I'd rather take down Exxon or Goldman Sachs, the way we're taking down RushBeckistan, than elect another "better" Democrat who's going to wind up singing for the bankster choir.

      by Words In Action on Sun Apr 21, 2013 at 07:22:14 AM PDT

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