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You Cheat, I Cheat, as Wall Street Acts as Model
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Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
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Posted: 10/28/2009 7:19:08 PM

By: Cheater

Oct. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Trickle down really does work. Consider these inspired words, from an online reader of USA Today, reacting last week to news that Americans were lying, cheating and law-breaking to get their hands on an $8,000 tax credit for first-time homebuyers:

“The system is scamming you, so why not scam back a little,” wrote the reader, using the name “None in 08.” “You’ve seen what crooks in Washington and on Wall Street can get away with.” So “it’s time to get yours.”

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 10/28/2009 11:13:43 PM

By: David Burnst

The you have guys like "Honest" John Cottrell who spend 30 plus years as an investigator with the OSC in order to learn every scam i the book. Then goes on in his twilight years to promote a fake Uranium Scam TSX-DUR Delta Uranium. Uses the victums lists he aquired in his years as an investigator to pillage from those who have anything left. Guess he had to pay for his wifes 4th liposuction and his hair plugs.
One would have thought that after years listening to victums he would have had some sort of decency enter himself by osmosis. Instead he learned how to take advantage of those who dream of a happy retirement.

Posted: Saturday, August 13, 2011

Posted: 10/28/2009 7:49:33 PM

By: world criminal



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