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Charlie Gasparino: Democrats Soft on Wall Street

Among the many falsehoods pushed at last week’s Democratic Convention is that this is the party of the people, unafraid to hold Corporate America responsible for its many ills.

Judging by the records of the last two Democratic administrations, just the opposite appears to be true. Certainly, President Obama and, to some extent, Bill Clinton like to talk a good game in terms of class warfare, but under both men, real corporate crime-fighting has been at best a side issue — despite the immense amounts of white-collar fraud their administrations faced.

Source: New York Post. Read full article. (link)

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  • Palin's Buttplug||

    Wow, Gaspirino is a clueless dipshit.

    White-collar fraud flourished in the 2001-08 time frame but that fact escapes him.

    At least Bush didn't pardon Kenny-boy, Bernie Ebbers, John Rigas, Kozlowski, et al.

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