1. gloriana casey
    March 21, 2015 @ 11:02 am

    “Lions and Tigers and Bears–Oh My! ” Of course, what with the SEC and what with the bears and all, the BULL can’t be far behind! What does SEC really stand for? Secret Economic Collusions? : )

    It does seem that bad behavior is rewarded. When I think of what privatizing prisons is doing to the populace——-wow. Because with this type of jail business, there appears to be a quota where states have to commit to a certain number of filled beds in the private prisons. Somehow the crime rates keep those beds full. : )

    So,I am wondering——since America of today responds quickly to the concept of” Money to be Made, I think, SEC , if you and Congress could get together and create privatized prisons for financial felons——-then hey, maybe we would see some Wall types actually doing prisons time for theft and lying!
    So if we had prisons for the white collar criminals where a private prison corporation would make lots of money housing these higher flying felons——then we might see some fairness in how different types of thievery are treated. So, SEC, that sounds pretty democractic to me. : )


  2. Kim Noreen Anderson
    March 21, 2015 @ 11:03 am

    When you look closely at the Financial Services Industry you find that the people making the most money are actually not contributing at all to the world beyond making money from money they have not earned in any way. It is very sad that still there has been no accountability for the largest theft of the American people in our history – and that the banks that were “too big to fail” are now even larger.


  3. Milton Schwartz
    March 21, 2015 @ 2:37 pm

    Wall Street crime is patently ignored. It should be strictly enforced.


  4. William Roberson
    March 21, 2015 @ 5:04 pm

    A lawyer in criminal or civil court arguing that “sanctions should not be viewed as deterrence” would be laughed out of court.


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