January 6, 2013

JUSTICE IN OBAMA’S AMERICA: “It’s one thing if a bank is too big to fail, so the government has to save it if it’s in danger of going under. It’s another if the bank is too big to be brought to justice, so the government can’t even make it obey the laws while it goes about its immortal way. That seems to have been the case recently with HSBC.”

Well, when laws are for the little people, too big to prosecute becomes perfectly expectable. Just ask David Gregory.

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