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Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George

 
Nero Nli
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02/19/2008 02:13 AM
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Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George
Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George Bush
Nenna Haldar
Feb. 16, 2008

It is not race, religion or anything as such. Rich Americans have deprived the poor and created a national infrastructure of economic slavery. In a capitalist nation the key to freedom is access to capital. That is where the rich and powerful in America deny freedom to many poor Americans and treat them as second-class citizens.


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02/19/2008 02:15 AM
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Love U.S., the law.
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02/19/2008 02:43 AM
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Re: Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George
I ate one of your reincarnated relatives as a beefsteak tonight.

It tasted jealos and disgruntled.
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02/19/2008 07:42 AM
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Re: Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George
If foreign banks are 'micro-financing' "2nd class" U.S. citizens, we are really in a sad state. But then again, if those banks gain an appreciable share of the market they will be in a position of power to challenge the existing monkeys at the top of the money chain.
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02/19/2008 08:06 AM
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Americans are always sending money privately and through the gov't to other countries, why not accept some aid in return?
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02/19/2008 04:35 PM
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Re: Poor Americans who are treated as second-class citizens in their own country get help from Grameen Bank of Bangladesh a shame for America and George
OP,

Where do you get the idiotic idea that the rich are DENYING FREEDOM to the poor ?

I grew up very poor, and am now middle-class.

Why ?

I got OFF MY ASS AND WORKED, and then SAVED money instead of spending it on illegal drugs, and $ 300 pairs of shoes.

Everyone who is now poor, can do the same.


Screw you, lazy-ass, inner-city sewage eater.
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03/11/2008 04:35 PM
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