Only three AGs that I know of are really putting the squeeze on the banks. Coakley (Massachusetts) Biden (Delaware) and our very own Eric Schneiderman (New York). Where are the other AGs? Why are the rest "falling in line" and believing what they're being fed? If the rest of the AGs believe the best way for the country to move forward is to "get all this behind us" they are gravely mistaken. By doing so without REALLY punishing the bankers will have the bankers believe they have the "right" to screw over whoever they like and further cement the idea that if they make "bad bets" that they'll be bailed out again, again and again. They need to be fully punished. As far as I'm concerned if there is no jail time there is no punishment. Simply being able to "pay a fine" and keep your money is not punishment. What do you think?
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