-Ball-Sack Dragging In Toilet Water
Here we are, drowning in evidence that many of the people in charge are gluttonous fucktards.
In their world, there is never enough. They deserve it all. There's a sucker born every millisecond.
In their world there is no such thing as "too big to fail".
This doesn't have to be their world.
But they've gotten so good at convincing the masses of the necessity of their existence, we spend more time arguing amongst ourselves than discussing the issues and demanding the changes we, the people, desire.
They would have us believe the very fabric of capitalism is held together by their grotesque over-indulgence. I beg to differ.
There should exist no entity "too big too fail", save for The People. I put it to you, the people, we should've let the corporate gluttons fail (Alas, this was concrete evidence of who government represents).
Bailed them out with the proviso they would be broken-up so this could not occur again.
Now, I pause here to define "corporate gluttons" as it does not include all corporations or rich people.
There are those that will point out our need for corporations and that I'm not only wrong, but that it's just mean to pick on those that have trespassed against us.
I am familiar with capitalism and the need for corporations.
However, I'm calling out the rapacious robber barons destroying capitalism in the name of saving it.
I also understand the need to consume within the equation of capitalism. So save your condescending comments for your sycophants.
A necessary component of a healthy capitalist economy is competition.
"Too big to fail" corporations suffocate competition by their sheer morbid obesity. They simply squeeze it out or add it to their fat folds. In either case, they remove competition from the equation and this inevidebly kill it.
Their sheer girth tilts the table in their favor. Not by being the best and brightest, but by having no conscience.
The Corleone Family had more conscience in The Godfather (and killed far less people) than you dingleberrys on the ass of society.
These deluded assclowns have themselves convinced they are worthy and deserving of their own largesse (I fart in your general direction, Monty Python).
We bailed you out. In our world we lose our jobs if we run the company into the ground. We face charges when caught running the world's largest Ponzi scheme.
In your world? You get bonuses for the aforementioned digressions.
I despise your existence immensely and hope I am wrong and there is a Hell.
This is not survival of the fittest, this is survival of the foulest.
"We have a responsibility to our shareholders." This is their catch-all, toilet bowl phrase they trot out when their actions are questioned. I am not THAT Stupid (yet)!
What about your responsibility to your employees? What about cutting the grotesque salaries you're paid, while your batshit crazy, Daffy Duck, leadership runs the company into the ground?
Oh, what the Hell, you've got the best insurance of all: The people you just raped bailed you out. Truth IS stranger than fiction.
Be thankful I'm not in charge. You would, at best, be unemployed. At worst? In prison.
Look to Egypt (or history) for the answer to what the future holds for you. Congrats!
Your unbridled greed and blatant celebration of your raping of America coupled with your never ending redistribution of wealth to yourself will come back to haunt you... party on dude!
It's like an episode of My Super Sweet Sixteen on steroids. These are people screaming to be neutered for the benefit of the gene pool.
It bears repeating: An integral component of a healthy capitalist economy and more importantly society itself is? Conscience.
We love stories where the greedy miser is transformed from Scrooge to prescient human being that doesn't deserved to be drawn and quartered.
Scrooge is timeless, because disgusting human beings are timeless. Many of us just hope they'll be transformed... We're just as deluded as the Wall Street Grinches that stole a few Christmases.
Jamie Dimon (The Head of Chase/Villian) is right about one thing: We should get used to these cycles of fake prosperity and financial collapse.
We can thank the Flaccid Penus Act known as The Financial Reform Act, crafted by the perpetrators of the most recent financial collapse.
Why not let serial pedophiles draft their own laws regarding pedophilia?
Bravo! Even I'm not afraid of being beaten by a noodle.
We need to regulate the financial industry, just like anyone else. We have laws for a reason, we're trying to create a civilization we can be proud of here people.
The Supreme Court of (Corporate) America just gave corporations the same status as you and I (nice one you fucking idiots).
Further, if we are to allow them to be "too big to fail", they should be held to higher standards than you and I. Since my personal failure will affect very few people.
We, the citizens of the world, need to poke our heads out the proverbial window and scream "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore".
To paraphrase Leonardo Da Vinci, "When will the stupid humans wake-up?"
Unfortunately, that leaves open the very real possibility the answer is: Nevermore, Mr. Da Vinci, nevermore.