Sunday, March 22, 2009

AIG Harrassment

This is nothing more than mob-rule.

"We think $165 million could be used in a more appropriate way to keep people in their homes, create more jobs and health care," said Emeline Bravo-Blackport, a gardener.

How is her comment any less greed than what she despises in the AIG bonuses? Greed and envy.

Slogans like, "Money for the needy, not for the greedy!" are nothing more than an expression of greed and envy as well. I'd suggest these "activists" (they're actually a form of terrorist, trying to intimidate others into doing what the terrorist wants) go bother a lottery winner instead.

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