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Tricky-Dick Gephart did. So did a whole 'bipartisan' group of paid-off chumps in our congress, including cockroach Tom Delay.
Last year the people of America missed getting slammed with the horribly misnamed "Bankruptcy reform and Consumer PROTECTION ACT(!?!?!)
Maybe what is worse than the act itself, which requires among other things that you pay a lawyer, and then requires among more other things, that you set up a schedule to talk to your creditors every few months so they can remain hounding you for the rest of your life!!
And this is Chapter 7...the type of bankruptcy in place since 1215 in Old England...meant to give debtors a fresh start on life.
Politicians have decided that all that money they are stuffing in their pockets from credit card companies, credit union collection facilities, and banks and mortgage companies, is more important by FAR than your right to a fresh start in life.
Although Tricky-Dick Gebhart was one of the worst offenders along with his alter ego, (Chemical) Tom Delay (R-TX) (a killer who has gassed thousands of his own people, cockroaches), a little research will show there is a pretty good majority of both (D) and (R) getting all kinds of payoffs and special no interest loans (i.e. Jim Moran (D) VA) to push this consumer rip off through Congress.
Heh, The "Bankruptcy Reform and Consumer Protection Act." What a piece of shit. What a pack of lies. What a bunch of lousy bastards we have placed in Washington to do the bidding of the "K" street lobbyists.
IT WILL PASS THIS YEAR. BANKRUPTCY IS COMING TO AN END IN AMERICA UNDER CHIMP_JUNTA AND ONLY YOUR LETTER TO CONGRESS CAN STOP THE DEMOLITION OF THE LITTLE GUY IN FAVOR OF BIG MONEY...THEY ARE BUYING AMERICA ON THE CHEAP...AND YOU ARE PART OF THE DEAL, SCHMUCK.
Isn't it about time to get rid of some of this trash and put outsiders in the loop?
If you think they won't screw you with the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy laws, here's what they are doing right now in jolly old poodle Blair's country:
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