Originally Posted by intelligentjetsfan
Fish, we have pledged to stop posting about corruption on Wall Street because we realized that it doesn't exist. We logged on to the Heritage Foundation to research Corporate greed but we were redirected to the topic of acceptable risk taking. Hell, we tried to look up the definition of greed and this is what Heritage gave us;
1. An act that causes hardship to powerful corruptions. EX: a serf who makes outlandish requests to employers like decent health benefits.
Then we googled corporate scams that fleece America
and all we kept getting was Trickle down economics
Greed is legal.
Illegallity is illegal.
Act and react accordingly.
Weak dodge is weak Mr. Edwards. Maybe you should look inward my proud (D) friend, and clean thine own house of corruption, before worrying about it from everyone else. The day you start being as aggressive towards the Edwards, the Chris Dodds, the William Jerrerson's and the Charlie Rangel's, and the baised-to-no-end-dishonest-as-FOX MCNBC's, maybe, just maybe, you might actually be taken seriously as a crusader against corruption and dishonesty.
Till then, you're just another in a long, LONG, line of "My Party does it, it's ok, the other side does it, it's not" hacks, frankly.
Selective moral outrage by the politically selective lecturers of morality.