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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveFagan View Post
    We have a dictatorship by the bankers now. Ergo, why would we have bailed out the "Banksters?" If there had been a vote on this issue, it would not have happened. Our politicians are obviously "bought and sold" and just as obviously the bankers must be doing the buying and selling. Central Banks are the World's worst nightmare and they are running most of the World. They are running the world into the ground. Where's a good guillotine when you need one?
    We should re-name America "Bankenstein."
    On the outside, trickling down on the insiders.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by Lokiate View Post
    Or maybe they're looking at the big picture, over a couple transactions.
    We are not the only ones that were doing this. There were 13 offers on the 2nd short sale, most by investors. Many people are doing what we did. The banks loaned money they shouldn't have.

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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by OhIsee.Then View Post
    Wow. We just completed our 2nd short sale purchase of a home. In both cases the lenders, banks, ended up with less money than they lent. Both homes are now worth about 10% more that we paid for them and the available homes in their neighborhoods is way down. The Bankers sure proved themselves to be stupid.
    Wait, let me get that straight: you bought a house that now costs about 10% more than you paid for it?

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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Bankers. Sorry.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by Cephus View Post
    Stupid question
    No it's not. All Democracies/Republics have ended up being a dictatorship, then followed by a Monarchy.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    The bankers tend to be more educated.
    I'll side with them, in this false dilemma.
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    I'd rather have someone rule me, that's more cunning, than someone who is prone to radical emotional decision making.
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    Bingo. Given their track records, give me the bankers. Bankers occasionally screw up and make bad bets, but when the proletariat screw up, millions of people starve to death.
    For all these reasons, bankers please.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Foley View Post
    No it's not. All Democracies/Republics have ended up being a dictatorship, then followed by a Monarchy.
    Maybe on mars.
    The usual trend is the other way around
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Quote Originally Posted by Quag View Post
    Maybe on mars.
    The usual trend is the other way around
    Uh no, the only trend is what I said.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    Yes because since the dawn of time all govts were democracies and now we only have dictatorships and monarchies.
    Perhaps that is history on Mars, but not here on Earth.
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    Re: Dictatorship of the proletariat vs. dictatorship of the bankers

    ridiculous notion...but seeing as how the 'proletariat' have consistently proven themselves incapable of managing themselves, forget about others, then the answer is obvious. You would support the class that you LOVE to whine, bitch and cry about yet know they can provide opportunity and resources that sustain you daily. One group understands economies and the requirements for growth, while the other understands quite well how to act like pathetic little ****s that demand people take care of them. One you can count on to create a growth environment, even if it is based nothing more than on the desire to accumulate wealth, while the other you can count on to spend most of their lives on the couch in moms basement.

    The worlds has LOTS of examples of communities living down to their lowest common denominator. Those people tend to live in squalor and are easily manipulated by people that assure them that nothing is their fault and how life is unfair because others are successful and they must therefore have accumulated their wealth by 'stealing' from them.
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