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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
$3bn is great. Prison should be reserved for violent felons.
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
$3bn is great. Prison should be reserved for violent felons.

so a white collar conservative republican steals millions from people like you and you don't care

but 1 welfare mother with 3 kids freeloading off of your tax dollars drives you to the brink of civil war.....
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
$3bn is great. Prison should be reserved for violent felons.

so a white collar conservative republican steals millions from people like you and you don't care

but 1 welfare mother with 3 kids freeloading off of your tax dollars drives you to the brink of civil war.....
Who said I don't care? I don't like thieves and freeloaders.
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
Our President does not think white collar crime is worthy of jail time. If you get caught you just buy your way out.....cost of doing business
 
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This 3 billion dollars is going to what exactly?
 

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People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.
Are you sure that no one is harmed? I have a cousin who was left for dead on July 29, 2011 after being hit by someone who was under the influence.

God bless you and his three children always!!!

Holly
 

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^^^ A life was still brought to an end because of the influence/possession, no matter how its labeled in the grand scheme of things and in my opinion, one life is one too many.

God bless you always!!!

Holly
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
Our President does not think white collar crime is worthy of jail time. If you get caught you just buy your way out
because wealthy democrats are any different....
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
$3bn is great. Prison should be reserved for violent felons.
Thats reasonable

just levy a fine for pot
 

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A life was still brought to an end because of the influence/possession, no matter how its labeled in the grand scheme of things and in my opinion, one life is one too many.
Really? So, you want to persecute/prosecute others based on what if- in the "grand scheme of things", no one has the authority to tell another what he can or can't ingest. IF he commits a crime, then punish him for the crime- not what "might" happen if.
 

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The priorities in this nation are all messed up.

People are sent to prison for years for being found with marijuana in some states. No one is harmed by that marijuana but the person caught with it is automatically sent to prison for years. Usually with no chance of parole.

Wells Fargo, the nations 4th largest bank, is caught in another massive fraud scheme. The only reason they went through with the scheme was greed. They just couldn't be happy with normal profits. They had to break the law to increase their profits.

They defrauded millions of people. Charged them fees on accounts they didn't even know they had. All to increase profits.

Yet no one goes to prison. The bank is paying it's way out of prison with a 3 billion dollar fine. Which is really a bribe. The former chief executive is fined 17 million dollars with others being fined smaller amounts.

While they raked in billions.

This is so wrong. These people need to be put in prison for their crimes. They need to face real justice. Not just pay their way out of prison then go on merrily with their very soft lives living in luxury.

Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle civil lawsuit over fake account scandal
Our President does not think white collar crime is worthy of jail time. If you get caught you just buy your way out
because wealthy democrats are any different....
You just missed Trumps White Collar Pardon Party didn’t you?
 

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A life was still brought to an end because of the influence/possession, no matter how its labeled in the grand scheme of things and in my opinion, one life is one too many.
Really? So, you want to persecute/prosecute others based on what if- in the "grand scheme of things", no one has the authority to tell another what he can or can't ingest. IF he commits a crime, then punish him for the crime- not what "might" happen if.
If what they take in is proven to be harmful enough and to me, it has, then people should be busted when they are under the influence.

God bless you always!!!

Holly
 

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If what they take in is proven to be harmful enough and to me it has, then they should be busted.
Punish he crime committed after the crime has been committed, not the what if- forcing your desires, under the color of law is immoral- how do you feel about being "busted" for acting immorally?
 

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^^^ How do I feel? Who in their right mind would take pleasure in something life threatening unless it was in self defense which is never how I will ever name weed possession.

God bless you always!!!

Holly
 

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Who in their right mind would take pleasure in something life threatening
Conjecture, opinion, right mind is subjective, pleasure (one mas trash is another mans treasure)
YOU, nor anyone else has the moral authority to have your desires forced under the color of law- force is immoral except in self defense- so, how would you feel about being busted for acting immorally?
 

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