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Bill Black: Yglesias pours the Geithner, Holder, Breuer (GHB) banksters immunity doctrine in our drinks

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It's early, but Salon has published on January 30, 2013 either the funniest or saddest column of the year to date: 'Are Banks Too Big To Prosecute?' The column is attributed to Matthew Yglesias, a blogger who studied philosophy as an undergraduate. It could be a brilliantly ironic satire of the Geithner, Holder and Breuer doctrine of immunity for banksters (which I am dubbing 'GHB' for short). GHB is the 'roofie' that the Obama administration gave us so the banksters could screw us repeatedly with impunity. Alternatively, & far more likely, Yglesias has written the saddest and most immoral apologia for elite white-collar crime that has yet made it into electronic bits.

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