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    Sunday, October 11, 2009

    Chase Bank Insists they are harming their own customers for their own good.

    Chase Bank, in my opinion, appears to have the smuggest, most elite banking board of any bank. CNN's latest article shows nothing has "changed" with Chase Bank.

    I hope my book, The Cat Who Ate Chase Bank, will make a differnce when it is completed sometime in late November. I believe Chase Bank's outrageous behavior can be changed.

    3 comments:

    Anonymous said...

    Your blog is too political and divisive for me to continue reading it. I am with you regarding the Chase abuses, but you really go too far with your comments about the political parties and the Tea Parties. I would agree that both parties have been far too friendly to the banking industry, but you seem to fail to see that the Tea Party attendees tend to oppose too much government from both sides of the aisle. Their complaints originally grew out of the September 2008 financial panic and the following bailout. They were compounded by the ensuing partisan stimulus package and massive federal budget in the early months of the Obama administration. Your characterization of the Tea Partiers as favoring a lack of bank regulation is misguided at best, since it overlooks the fact that most of them are opposed in principle to most ALL regulation (following the famous concept that the government that governs least governs best). This does not mean that they are opposed to laws and regulations preventing activities that should be criminal such as Chase's abuses.

    If you are a hardcore liberal with an ax to grind against the GOP and conservative thought, that's fine, but I would recommend against tainting your anti-Chase blog with such ideology if you want to maximize your support for the stated issue of your blog. Otherwise it will come off as just another political rant blog with Chase as your latest target.

    Alessandro Machi said...

    So now I'm a hard core liberal who also thinks Barack Obama cheated in the democratic caucus contests and benefited from fraudulent campaign donations, and whose favorite wall street banker is Jamie Dimon of Chase Bank.

    I do find it a travesty that fellow americans will rail against the government while pointing their fingers at their fellow americans and saying, tsk tsk, "I told you so" when it comes to having debt.

    In my opinion it defeats the purpose of being a tea party protestor if that protestor ignores how their fellow american has been screwed over by corporations like Chase Bank. A tea party protestor who practices civil disobedience by protesting, but then ignores the plight of his fellow american is closer to being a narcissist than a true patriot.

    Both parties have BIG ISSUES right now. Don't take the easy way out by trying to label someone else as either a democrate or republican. I sincerely wish there was a third party with clout right now, and I think a lot of americans feel the same way.

    If you think this blog is less worthy of your time, the lobbyists win, its that simple.

    The Republican politicians just sided with an american company in Iraq and AGAINST a female employee who was raped by that companies employees. It is this kind of right to life, but back the good old boys when the chips are down idealogy that I detest, and both parties seem complicit in this type of behavior.

    Another recent debacle is democrat Charlie Rangel being influenced, by lobbyists, to exclude several corporations from a proposed consumer protection financial agency.

    If you want to know me better, you can check out DailyPUMA.com I write the main column for that blog and you will find a lot of articles devoted to the plight of the everyday person.

    Lobbyists who woo politicians in private are probably the number one enemy of our country right now, and I am against that, and that is not a democrat or republican issue.

    Anytime I complain about Barack Obama, I also add a snipe against Republican politicians who "never met a banker they did not like".

    If you choose to only see the republican comment without noting that I have also criticized the democratic side as well, that is just the way you choose to filter what you are reading.

    Alessandro Machi said...

    Showdown in Chicago is going on Oct. 25-27. The Showdown is a protest against the bankers.

    Tea Party Protestors do not seem present.

    The reason? Perhaps because these protestors are democratic protestors, and tea party protestors tend to skew republican.

    So how can I be divisive if both sides are protesting yet they cannot align their protests? The problem must be identified before it can be solved.

     

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