Saw Marvel's The Avengers in theaters this past weekend. And it was awesome. I find I am unable to say adequately what I found so great about the movie, everything was just so well done. Instead, I direct you to this Comics in Context article by Scott Tipton.
An interesting thought occured to me the other day. Many people are dismayed and frustrated that no one in the financial world has been brought to trial, why none of them has been imprisoned yet. They were at the epicenter of the housing bouble's collapse, and the subsequent recession. So why haven't they been punished for their clear malfeanse. Well, I have a theory about that.
There is ample evidence that it was goverment policies that led to Great Recession. So if the government attempted to try any of the leaders in the financial world, then those government policies would be the forefront of the defendants' defense. It would finally be on the record that government caused the recession and that would destroy Obama's and the Democrat's vision for American governance. That is why no financial leader will ever be arrested and tryed.
Now tell me you will vote for a second Obama term come November.
This is the world in which they lived: