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About Bank of America by Matt Taibbi - IMPORTANT! - Please read & share:

They're in deep trouble, but they won't die, because our current president, like the last one, apparently believes it's better to project a false image of financial soundness than to allow one of our oligarchic banks to collapse under the weight of its own corruption.

Last year, the Federal Reserve allowed Bank of America to move a huge portfolio of dangerous bets into a side of the company that happens to be FDIC-insured, putting all of us on the hook for as much as $55 trillion in irresponsible gambles.

Then, in February, the Justice Department's so-called foreclosure settlement, which will supposedly provide $26 billion in relief for ripped-off homeowners, actually rewarded the bank with a legal waiver that will allow it to escape untold billions in lawsuits. And this month the Fed will release the results of its annual stress test, in which the bank will once again be permitted to perpetuate its fiction of solvency by grossly overrating the mountains of toxic loans on its books.

At this point, the rescue effort is so sweeping and elaborate that it goes far beyond simply gouging the tax dollars of millions of struggling families, many of whom have already been ripped off by the bank – it's making the government, and by extension all of us, full-blown accomplices to the fraud.   http://bit.ly/BofAtheft 

Letter to
President Obama
I just signed the following petition addressed to: President Obama.

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NO MORE BAILOUTS TO BANK OF AMERICA!

The American People are demanding that Bank of America should be allowed to FAIL.

NO MORE BAILOUTS FOR BANK OF AMERICA!

Last year, the Federal Reserve allowed Bank of America to move a huge portfolio of dangerous bets into a side of the company that happens to be FDIC-insured, putting all of us on the hook for as much as $55 trillion in irresponsible gambles.

We, the American People, will NOT authorize this scapegoating and do not wish to pay for this $55 TRILLION that Bank of America is sticking us with. We demand an immediate reversal of this underhanded transaction.
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Sincerely,