Filthy Rich - Super GREEDY

Filthy Rich - Super GREEDY

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#1 Dec 19, 2008
The criminal Madoff who stole billion $$ from other greedy, rich SOBs is "under house arrest" in his $7 million mansion.(Boo Hoo! What a horrible punishment!)

Caroline Kennedy feels that because she comes from a long line of filthy rich ancestors, she is entitled to Hillary's seat in Congress even though she has NO experience, just TONS of money.

Geoge W. Bush - another filthy rich scumbag, a totally stupid individual (but RICH) somehow managed to stay in office for EIGHT YEARS, long enough to lead this country into a financial bottomless pit.

Most politicians buy their way into office as a way to obtain jobs for their wives and children, take bribes and payoffs, and look at political office as a way to line their pockets as well as the pockets of their friends and families

CEOs are another example of extreme greed and corruption.

Most have many millions of dollars - more than enough to live very comfortably and leave a tidy inheritance to their kids. Are they satisfied with that? Hell No! Millions is not enough; they want BILLIONS.

Greed and corruption have brought our beloved country to its kneees and is destroying us from within.

Ever notice how the filthy rich are immune from laws that the less fortunate are bound to obey? Sports figures and "celebrities" who are caught committing crimes are punished with a gentle slap on the wrist whereas anyone else would be sent straight to jail.

Corrupt politicians, celebrities, CEOs, investors, etc. should be punished for their crimes and be forced to serve time in a REGULAR prison, not some sppecial resort. If our justice system would dispense the laws equally across the board, it would put an end to the egregious behavior of the greedy, filthy rich toads.

Waco, TX

#2 Dec 19, 2008
That is a Novel Idea- but remember - as to the "greedy politicians" - the people voted them in.In most cases ( Congressional and Senatorial for certain)do not vote them out.for DECADES.
Being "Immune to the Law" - I agree they can afford better representation- however- the Jury in the Trial is composed of Common citizens- who determine Guilt or Innocence-so again- the Citizen is to balme( only in part- as it is perhaps a lack of knowledge or voting for their "Celeb" to not be guilty - as :" he was not like that on TV" or " at the Superbowl"..Etc

Houston, TX

#3 Jul 1, 2012
That is a Novel Idea

United States

#4 May 14, 2014
Ever notice how filthy rich can buy there way out of trouble and have everything they want. Money can buy everything except happiness and love.

Houston, TX

#5 May 14, 2014
Good thing farts are free..

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