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It's abundantly clear to most that are paying attention that the wall street bailouts were a futile attempt to prop up a system that had already failed, and probably because politicians were as criminally negligent as the stock market barons. Politicians didn't listen to the American people back then who had a much better grasp of the solution than the Wall Street/Washington’s attempt at covering their asses. In fact it's abundantly clear to most people that this attempt to prop up a failed system will not only fail, but it will compound the problem when it does fail, which will make the actual solution that must harder to attain. It's also abundantly clear to most people that Washington and the business market have misplaced their priorities on the stock market as if a thriving stock market would equal a thriving American workforce. We all know all too well how that math really works, and it's abundantly clear that most Americans are pissed off about that. Along with a wrongly prioritized stock-market economy that gets all our government’s attention (probably because it’s their retirement plan) is also abundantly clear to a growing number of Americans that ten years of war-profiteering has only created another economy of no-bid contract hyper-inflating war-profiteers alternate to the domestic economy. Watch now as this movement now focuses more and more the realization that ending the injustice of illegal immoral wars is the real start for achieving the justice and fairness that is being demanded outside your window. I certainly hope that stopping the wars cripples your bottom line that is how you invest in your country. David Johnson 59802