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Throw Them All Out

af Peter Schweizer

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Schweizer, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, discusses the state of government and the depths of its political corruption.
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  efeulner | Mar 28, 2014 |
Documents the fact that members of Congress trade in the stock of the companies whose lobbied interests are debated and passed. Begins with the "Drug Trade" -- big Pharma. Uses the expression "legal graft". [155]

Cronyism leads to corruption, no matter which political Party indulges it. However, the author inexplicably -- after corrupt capitalists began bribing politicians wholesale since the "Reagan Revolution" which stripped consumers of protection leading to the massive Medical Care crisis and financial collapse in 2008 -- focuses on leading Democrats and their supporters.

This is evidence for the proposition that our Government has been taken over by very rich and often anonymous people who do not pay taxes. In fact, they obtain Government subsidies while offshoring jobs and their profits. Many speculations and innuendoes about Soros and Buffet are made -- drawn from the Fox echo chamber. The Notes reflect sources predominantly from 2003-2009.

Congressman Spencer Bachus, the ranking Republican on the House Financial Services Committee, in the Fall of 2008, becoming chair in 2010. He earns as much trading as from his high salary in a position of having oversight of Fannie and Freddie and in turn, directly over the financial collapse of 2008.[24-32] He profited, making frequent puts and leveraged options, directly interwined with his "work", while America went over a cliff.

The author offers no practical solutions. He just announces that certain things "should not be allowed", and the "the federal government needs to get out of the business...". [176]. Well. ( )
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