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re: Largest study yet links COVID vaccine to adverse health effects - TigerDoc
[quote]Lie[/quote] I'd say it's grossly misleading rather than lying. There is a distinction between compulsory vaccination, where criminal penalties were imposed for refusing (e.g., Italy did this for citizens older than 50) and mandatory vaccination, which more narrowly limits one's access to c...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
No - the problem was born long before the crash or even the trash finance that created it. "In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets and steal loaves of bread." I would be more broad than this - the system that creates the laws allows a...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
These baws and I apparently are in agreement about the corruption of our system, but have slightly different visions for how to proceed. :lol:...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
No, and that speaks to the corruption of our system....
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
Yeah, is that controversial? People lost their asses in that recession and fat cats skated to the next deal to pump up the next bubble. It creates a politics of resentment. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
[quote]Major banks?[/quote] Yes, part of the reason we're in this mess is because no one was held accountable during the financial crash of '08, and the result is people getting cynical and cheering a charlatan. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
Bass being bass. You not defending him does warm my heart, baw. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
Ah, [i]now[/i] you appeal to experts. :lol: He has 91 counts in 4 jurisdictions, owes >$500 million in court judgements, his company has been convicted and lost its business licenses, and he's clearly running to make the consequences of all this go away Keep carrying water for the flim-flam m...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
[quote]Yes, we need MOAR government meddling in private transactions.[/quote] Yes, more prosecutions of legit fraud is good for markets. What we have now is window-dressing that protects the predator class. Instead of cheering for flim-flam men who can get away with it, you could actually...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
:lol: Your posting reflexes are like a paramecium - if you have an argument you make it and if you don't, it's expletives. Post better, baw....
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
At least you don't try to defend him. :cheers:...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
Yes, and should be prosecuted more. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
[quote]"he tried to pay less tax and interest"[/quote] He lied to pay less tax and interest. People like him because he seems be be able to get away with it when they can't. You try to do it and see what happens. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
You're an even bigger mark, big muff. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
You're the mark, baw. :lol:...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
I agree with you. His first campaign was premised on how he'd run the country like his successful businesses. And over time we've really seen how he's done it - he inherited what would be hundreds of millions in today's dollars, and managed to stay afloat selling the image of despite multiple ba...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
[quote]sounds smart to me and every single rich person has done the same[/quote] If you said this in court you would be making a confession. It speaks to the corruption of the system that under-prosecutes white-collar crime. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
It's guilty pleas, judgements, and hundreds of millions in fines and penalties. What's deranged is not to think that his whole career has been based on fraud. ...
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re: Imagine being fined 355 million for exaggerating your wealth - TigerDoc
exaggerating how much cash he had on hand, misrepresenting the size of his properties (e.g. he claimed his Trump Tower Penthouse was about 30,000 sq. feet when it was about 10,000), under-reporting liabilities. Ultimately, this allowed him to get lower interest rates which lowered his costs and allo...
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