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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

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michele scully

It makes me sick that Americans were forced to bailout banks,and told like we are children that the the world would end if we did nothing.Small buiness,senior citizens,the poor,and every working class family are being broken by these bank charges.Americans are losing their homes,fighting like hell to pay everyday bills and take care of our children.Poor credit scores,taxes,fines,credit card (better off borrowing from the mob)they might break my leg if I can't pay,much better than bad credit score or the IRS.Our goverment has a vested interest in the banks,not in us, remember we have to pay what they say or we go to jail,FREEDOM? RIGHTS? Only if our goverment allows it.

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