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Getting Over ‘Too Big to Fail’ Policy

April 26, 2013

Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, has the right idea but the wrong strategy....

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Apr-27-13 2:49 PM

It's too late. Govt. debt to GNP was 75% in Jan 2009. Govt. debt to GNP in Jan 2013 105% of GNP. Massive taxes and federal fees coming. No way around it, unless we have a new Govt. formed to take the place of the current Govt.

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Apr-27-13 10:31 AM

Why are we even having this conversations? Weren't we told Dodd-Frank addressed "too big to fail" policy??

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Apr-26-13 11:41 PM

Why doesn't this apply to GM, Chrysler, etc? Answer: those are union companies and sissy Sherrod Brown (and his ugly dyke of a skank wife) loves unions.

Why do you think the unions asked for, and received, an exemption from ObamaCare?

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Apr-26-13 7:06 AM

If they're too big to fail they're too big to exist. Break them up.

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