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Why is Obama giving a green light to bailed-out-banks to credit card gouge "lower class" Americans?

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(1.)  First, American banks (e.g., Bank of America!) are bleeding Americans dry to "bail them out" from their greed/stupidity policies. 


(2.)  Now, adding insult to injury (or "double dipping") these same virulently anti Democracy banks are gouging even their best customers with dramatically escalating interest rates.  Many (most?) bank cards rates are now well into the twenties and any loan with such astronomical interest can NEVER be repaid, even if you keep making payments twenty years after you're in box city.


And Obama is doing what?


Maybe we should say that again.  And Obama is doing what?


Hey, Mr. President, how come your memory is so short when it comes to prioritizing the "lower classes”?  You see, millions of us wonder why you're effectively encouraging this credit card rape.  You know, most of us already have enough grief on our financial plates without this quasi legal theft.  Because of the categorical support of President Obama, we probably can't even defend ourselves with class action suits. 


But do the math Mr. President (can you do the math?) and you'll see that if everyone goes along with this high robbery, the extra interest coming into the banks will be in the BILLIONS.  Or if you think about several banks, it will probably be in the trillions. 


But, but, but . . . haven't we already given them most of the farm?  Do we also have to give them the 3 ducks and 5 cows we have left?  Is there no LIMIT to their Rothschild greed? 


The "bank thing" is at the core of what's rotten in America, since they are the public mechanisms that keep one or two percent of American citizens (i.e., the elites -- aka, the "Haves") living like literal Greek Gods and all the rest of us living like human cattle . . . on the way to the slaughter house.  And the slaughter house has many forms:  money cow oil wars, systematic genocide of the "lower classes" by the elites, the theft our health plans and retirements, and on and on.  It's no fun to be a Homo sapien cow in a country of vampire elites.


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