Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by LSUMASTERMIND, Aug 3, 2012.
I look through all these threads on the FSA and didnt see one on the LIBOR scandal.
Red is on vacation and SF doesn't come around anymore. I've been playing in the WWF tourney so no way have I had time to worry about such things.
The LIBOR scandal is complicated, boring, and very English (which is also complicated and boring). No one to get all bent out of shape about here in the States.
Im surprised there isn't one about obamas comments on small business too
You won't see one here either because this forum is slam full of people who parrot talking points against regulating business and the LIBOR scandal is proof of why stronger regulation is needed. The fact that it's terribly complicated only cements the fact that there will not be an educated discussion on the matter because 99% of the people here won't bother to read anything longer than 200 words. They'll just wait to hear what [insert conservative talking head here] has to say about it, slip in a couple synonyms and pass it off as an original thought.
the snippet or the comment in its full context?
which one do you want to discuss.
Please start us off on the right foot. BTW, my conservative leanings do not support this massive scandal. Rate fixing is bs, at least until my home loan goes through....
its more than very English, American banks are involved as well.
The whole thing. I don't do fox news spin. That entire speech was offensive to anyone who's started a business
thats bs, he was talking about infrastructure, not being offensive to small business.
Its the same thing when Romney said he likes to be able to fire people, totally taking out of context.
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