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Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#1710 Oct 2, 2012
Regulations, Regulation. Is What Strikes fear in the corrupt and criminal.
Republicans see us on the Brink as democrat see opportunity.
Could this explain why, there is such a diverse view of the same equation? Republicans see a dwindling ability to extract social welfare payments from the bottom of the Pyramid scheme’s they have designed. Democrats’ see opportunity for our society by cutting welfare payments to the elitist and returning the Pyramid back to its proper position.
……. Cronyism Welfare…. Fair Game?…..
Interesting article in the N.Y. Times exposing who is holding the dysfunctional activities of the corporations accountable and who is opposed. Here is a small excerpt from it.
Whistle-Blower Lawyers Throw Support Behind Obama
By ERIC LIPTON
Published: October 1, 2012

WASHINGTON — As the Obama administration has cracked down on corporate fraud, lawyers representing whistle-blowers have reaped multimillion-dollar rewards. Now, as they seek to sustain these historic payouts, they are serving as generous donors to the president’s re-election campaign.
Bill Crandall fo The New York Times
John R. Phillips, one of the nation’s top whistle-blower lawyers, has raised more than $200,000 for Mr. Obama’s re-election from colleagues.

Lawyers in the tight circle who specialize in filing fraud claims with the federal government on behalf of clients with evidence of wrongdoing have raised more than $3 million so far for President Obama. The administration, meanwhile, has paid out $1.6 billion to whistle-blowers during his tenure, with law firms taking a cut in some cases of up to 40 percent of the proceeds.
The lawyers have contributed directly to Mr. Obama’s campaign, served as “bundlers” who solicit contributions from others, donated to the Democratic National Committee and written large checks to Priorities USA, the “super PAC” supporting Mr. Obama’s re-election efforts. They have also donated heavily to Congressional Democrats.
Their support comes as Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee, has called for repeal of the Dodd-Frank Act, which imposed new oversight of the financial services industry and expanded the government’s whistle-blower program to the Securities and Exchange Commission, which has set aside $430 million for payouts. Business groups have also pushed for legislation imposing a cap on payments to whistle-blowers, arguing that rewards reaching as high as $104 million, as happened in one case, have turned anti-fraud efforts into a lottery.”

Now Keep in Mind the Frank Dodd Act was articulated with Elizabeth Warrens expertise which the Wall Street Bankers outrageous opposition. Over $200 Million to have the Act dismantled and voted down. Now this Act is the base from which lawyers are launching, to aggressively seek out corruptions within our corporations.
JesseSharptonWri ght

Stratford, CT

#1711 Oct 2, 2012
Bernard Forand wrote:
America’s inequality;
“Rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer.”
Illumination of this can be viewed within our USA. Increasing wealth, disproportional to the impoverished who are unable to maintain an
equitable ratio in gains. Impoverished, at their best, stagnation of their share in laborers productivity. Increasingly eroding of their portions of share to their labors productivity. Increasing to the inequality and accelerating negatively to the impoverished.
Three decades of low wages, to the 90%, with a growth of 15%. Earnings increase to the 1% have been cruising at 150% increases as to the 0.1% are racing at 300% Greater acceleration of wealth accumulation has affected the wealth at the bottom.
Middle class bastion of secured wealth accumulation has been severely oppressed. Homes lost their values. Top 1% lost wealth but it was soon recovered. Middle class years later are just now experiencing a strangulated loss gain to their investments if not a total loss. Typical 1% held 225 times the wealth of the typical middle class household. Doubling the ratio experienced as they were in 1962 and 1983.
Prior to 2007 the 1% enjoyed accumulating 57% of the nations wealth. Producing an increase in capital income after 1979 some 7/8 while those in the 95% received less than 3% of the increment.
Consider for an example; Walton’s family of the Wal-Mart empire commands a wealth of 69.7 Billion. Compare this to the total wealth of the 30% of the entire population, of the impoverished within the USA.
“Good” middle class jobs have been eviscerated that required moderate skills, like autoworkers’ jobs, in ratio to the unskilled laborers. Where in at the top greater skill levels were required.
Barack Hussein Oblah Blah
This is it

United States

#1712 Oct 2, 2012
ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE! Excuse me! It's my pleasure and duty Per E pluribus enum out of many we are one.... The Judge in Pennsylvania just turn down the Nasty Republican voter ID Law! Pennsylvania Will Remain Blue!
I HAVENT DREAM OF NOTHING ELSE FOR YEARS
JesseSharptonWri ght

Stratford, CT

#1714 Oct 2, 2012
This is it wrote:
ANNOUNCEMENT TO MAKE! Excuse me! It's my pleasure and duty Per E pluribus enum out of many we are one.... The Judge in Pennsylvania just turn down the Nasty Republican voter ID Law! Pennsylvania Will Remain Blue!
I HAVENT DREAM OF NOTHING ELSE FOR YEARS
You haven't collected anything you've actually earned for years, either. LOL
gator getter

Lakeland, FL

#1715 Oct 2, 2012
VET wrote:
If a politition want my vote all they have to say I in it to steal all I can.
please translate
GATOR

Hallandale, FL

#1716 Oct 3, 2012
Romney Voters Fail wrote:
<quoted text>
Haha I don't even wrap my wrists to punch a 300lb heavy bag, and make it swing to the ceiling. You can see for yourself Nov 7 at Bowditch. If nobody shows up, I'm just going to look for anyone wearing camoflage, and knock them out. They obviously deserve it for being such cowards.
Obama is even going to win Florida! Woooo 4 more years!
Its not hard to knock a heavy bag to the ceiling when its full of pink napkins, maybe you and Barney Franks can spar together in the bedroom together sorry i meant the ring.
This is it

United States

#1719 Oct 3, 2012
We need Nancy back in the house speaker-ship Bohner needs post congressional counseling including toast too along with vet, gator and broken right wing!
E pluribus enum out of many we are one!
BigRichard

Venice, FL

#1720 Oct 3, 2012
JesseSharptonWright wrote:
<quoted text> Barack Hussein Oblah Blah
How many free trade bills have been signed into law by a Democrat President in total, versus how many were signed into law by GW alone?(Two versus 30). Did you know that America lost 6 million manufacturing jobs overseas just during GW's time in the Oval Office alone?

Are you aware that Senate Republicans have four times now in the last 3 & 1/2 years voted in lockstep to filibuster Democrat-sponsored bills that would have penalized US companies wanting to move American jobs offshore, as well as to enact incentives for US companies that wanted to bring our jobs back home? Do you know that Senate Republicans have filibustered 241 bills in the last 3 & 1/2 years, which is six times the average of a 4-year Presidency, and that most of the bills that were killed were bills that would have created and/or strengthened American bottom 90% jobs?

And yet you blame President Obama and the Democrats for not doing enough for average American families, while entertaining the thought that by giving wealthy Americans even more money than they currently have, that somehow they will be careless-enough to let some of it trickle-down to you?

Wealthy Americans and the Republican Party are blackmailing the rest of America. They are telling us that either they get filthy rich, or nobody gets rich. They are telling us that a complete lack of banking regulation and oversight is necessary for them to make a killing, despite the fact that our entire current economic morass is the fault of a lack of banking regulation and oversight. They are telling us that the furtherance of their free trade goals will make us all rich, despite the fact that those 6 million American manufacturing jobs already lost to free trade would reduce our unemployment rate by half. They are telling us that record profits at our health insurance companies are necessary to maintain the "greatest medical community in the world", despite the fact that health care costs increased 8 times as fast as the inflation rate during GW's eight years in office.

Frankly, since most of Romney's advisers are GW's people, how will anything change for the better for the bottom 90% of us? If those same 15-20% annual health care cost increases were to continue for just another 8 years, nobody in the bottom 90% of us will be able to afford health insurance. If the slide in bottom 70% spending power that we have seen since Reagan was elected continues for another 8 years, the bottom 70% of Americans will be below the poverty level. Since Reagan was elected in 1980, Republicans have held the Oval Office for 20 of the 32 years since then.

Which US President owns the greatest increase in our national debt, when his trust fund borrowing is included? GW, who by himself incurred $6.8 trillion of debt starting from a budgetary surplus. Which US President has the greatest percentage increase in our national debt? Ronald Reagan, who nearly tripled our national debt all by himself, by cutting our top tax rates from 70% to 38% during a major recession almost as bad as our current economic morass.

There is nothing like actual facts and not neocon talking points.
Bernard Forand

Fort Myers, FL

#1722 Oct 3, 2012
I would prefer to have an intelligent being even on their worst day represent me, than a pig on its best day. I would prefer Socrates represent me, even on his worst day than a fool on their best day. I would prefer a Democrat represent me, even on their worst day than a republican on their best day.
As for the pig and the fool and republicans; I’ll leave that for them to sort it out. They are more experienced at those levels.
JesseSharptonWri ght

Stratford, CT

#1723 Oct 3, 2012
This is it wrote:
We need Nancy back in the house speaker-ship Bohner needs post congressional counseling including toast too along with vet, gator and broken right wing!
E pluribus enum out of many we are one!
Nancy PelLOUSY who didn't read the ObamaSCARE bill before voting for it? LOL
JesseSharptonWri ght

Stratford, CT

#1724 Oct 3, 2012
BigRichard wrote:
<quoted text>
How many free trade bills have been signed into law by a Democrat President in total, versus how many were signed into law by GW alone?(Two versus 30). Did you know that America lost 6 million manufacturing jobs overseas just during GW's time in the Oval Office alone?
Are you aware that Senate Republicans have four times now in the last 3 & 1/2 years voted in lockstep to filibuster Democrat-sponsored bills that would have penalized US companies wanting to move American jobs offshore, as well as to enact incentives for US companies that wanted to bring our jobs back home? Do you know that Senate Republicans have filibustered 241 bills in the last 3 & 1/2 years, which is six times the average of a 4-year Presidency, and that most of the bills that were killed were bills that would have created and/or strengthened American bottom 90% jobs?
And yet you blame President Obama and the Democrats for not doing enough for average American families, while entertaining the thought that by giving wealthy Americans even more money than they currently have, that somehow they will be careless-enough to let some of it trickle-down to you?
Wealthy Americans and the Republican Party are blackmailing the rest of America. They are telling us that either they get filthy rich, or nobody gets rich. They are telling us that a complete lack of banking regulation and oversight is necessary for them to make a killing, despite the fact that our entire current economic morass is the fault of a lack of banking regulation and oversight. They are telling us that the furtherance of their free trade goals will make us all rich, despite the fact that those 6 million American manufacturing jobs already lost to free trade would reduce our unemployment rate by half. They are telling us that record profits at our health insurance companies are necessary to maintain the "greatest medical community in the world", despite the fact that health care costs increased 8 times as fast as the inflation rate during GW's eight years in office.
Frankly, since most of Romney's advisers are GW's people, how will anything change for the better for the bottom 90% of us? If those same 15-20% annual health care cost increases were to continue for just another 8 years, nobody in the bottom 90% of us will be able to afford health insurance. If the slide in bottom 70% spending power that we have seen since Reagan was elected continues for another 8 years, the bottom 70% of Americans will be below the poverty level. Since Reagan was elected in 1980, Republicans have held the Oval Office for 20 of the 32 years since then.
Which US President owns the greatest increase in our national debt, when his trust fund borrowing is included? GW, who by himself incurred $6.8 trillion of debt starting from a budgetary surplus. Which US President has the greatest percentage increase in our national debt? Ronald Reagan, who nearly tripled our national debt all by himself, by cutting our top tax rates from 70% to 38% during a major recession almost as bad as our current economic morass.
There is nothing like actual facts and not neocon talking points.
Pray to Obama for magic hopey-changey, since Obama hopey-changey hasn't worked for 4 years...and for heaven's sake, stop swallowing the Obama snakeoil! Bwhahahahahahahahahaha...
JesseSharptonWri ght

Stratford, CT

#1725 Oct 3, 2012
Bernard Forand wrote:
I would prefer to have an intelligent being even on their worst day represent me, than a pig on its best day. I would prefer Socrates represent me, even on his worst day than a fool on their best day. I would prefer a Democrat represent me, even on their worst day than a republican on their best day.
As for the pig and the fool and republicans; I’ll leave that for them to sort it out. They are more experienced at those levels.
Pray to Obama that you never represent yourself. LOL
I agree

Tallahassee, FL

#1726 Oct 3, 2012
I agree
This is it

United States

#1727 Oct 3, 2012
VET wrote:
All a politician has to do is be honest and tell the truth that they are in politics to steal what they can. Just think Rick Scott wins.
Rick Scott is in trouble I will guarantee that his gubernatorial will only be one term we will keep this state blue! I feel like writing the DNC and telling them to help turn Alabama Blue!
gator getter

Lakeland, FL

#1731 Oct 3, 2012
JesseSharptonWright wrote:
<quoted text> Pray to Obama for magic hopey-changey, since Obama hopey-changey hasn't worked for 4 years...and for heaven's sake, stop swallowing the Obama snakeoil! Bwhahahahahahahahahaha...
if someone called you ignorant they would be slanering the word
Go Red

Stratford, CT

#1732 Oct 3, 2012
This is it wrote:
<quoted text>
Rick Scott is in trouble I will guarantee that his gubernatorial will only be one term we will keep this state blue! I feel like writing the DNC and telling them to help turn Alabama Blue!
I think you're the turning blue. Did you watch Alex SINK?
Go Red

Stratford, CT

#1733 Oct 3, 2012
gator getter wrote:
<quoted text>if someone called you ignorant they would be slanering the word
If anyone called YOU ignorant, he/she/they would be generous. The word should be "slandering", and you should seek better ebonics instruction, as well as better social studies instruction in your special ed. class. Now pray to Obama for magic hopey-changey and sing one loud chorus of "Mmm...mmm...mmm..." ...
gator getter

Lakeland, FL

#1734 Oct 3, 2012
so i left out the d--it's your's for being dumb
BigRichard

Venice, FL

#1735 Oct 4, 2012
JesseSharptonWright wrote:
<quoted text> Pray to Obama for magic hopey-changey, since Obama hopey-changey hasn't worked for 4 years...and for heaven's sake, stop swallowing the Obama snakeoil! Bwhahahahahahahahahaha...
Sorry Teabag/Koolaid drinker.
You see I have seen eleven presidents come and go.
Everytime a Republican moves into the White House, the economy moves out, and somekind of military operation moves in.

The only time there has been real prosperity in my life time was during the 60's and 90's.

I also should point out that you seem unable to respond with anykind of fact based counter information when confronted with cold hard facts.

Instead you respond with repetitive bumper sticker slogans.
Shows a real limited individual thought process on your part.

End of Transmission
GATOR

Hallandale, FL

#1736 Oct 4, 2012
This is it wrote:
We need Nancy back in the house speaker-ship Bohner needs post congressional counseling including toast too along with vet, gator and broken right wing!
E pluribus enum out of many we are one!
The only house house Pelosi belongs in is the dog house, the only reason she shoved Obamaratcare down the throats of the good people of this country was she will be able to buy truck loads of silicone to rebuild that dog face of hers at discount prices

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