Comment: The gov't is just another corporation?

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The gov't is just another corporation?

I don't recall the Constitution saying the gov't is a corporation. And regarding tyranny, it wasn't just King George III that had placed the yoke of tyranny on our forefathers, it was also his private sector cronies. The British East India Co. had partnered up with George and they were taxing the colonies without representation. Just like Obama's job czar, General Electric's CEO, who is calling for a carbon tax to fund expensive green energy we don't need. But he's not alone, Goldman Sachs, Exxon Mobil, BP, Chevron are all calling for a CO2 tax that will fund their carbon trading schemes and R&D divisions, which will position them to monopolize alternative energy markets.

And what about Too Big To Fail banks that threatened to destroy the economy if taxpayers didn't bailout them out, if that isn't tyranny, what is. Tyranny has always been a combination of gov't and private sector cronies. Check out this short clip on Dodd-Franks's Resolution Authority. We're being taxed Trillions of dollars without any representation.

Some say banks paid back bailout money and taxpayers made a profit. But Senator Brown cites a Congressional Budget Office report saying it will cost taxpayers 8.6 Trillion to prop up failing banks.

And Neil Barofsky, the Inspector General for TARP, said "fraud" by the nine largest banks caused the financial crisis. William Black helped obtain a 1000 felony convictions of "elite" bankers after the 1980's Savings and Loan meltdown. In this radio interview, he lays out compelling evidence of Wall Street fraud that hasn't been prosecuted. The first link is Barofsky, the second in Black's radio interview. Just listen to the first five minutes. (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)