Tea Party Valiantly Protects Bank of America From …

Tea Party Valiantly Protects Bank of America From “Big Government”
OK, so maybe Bank of America regularly screws over the citizens of St. Louis and the rest of the United States. You can see examples of that here, here, here, here, here, here, and here. But they’ve got the word “America” in their title, so they must be extremely patriotic, right?

Tragically, from what I’m reading on tea party blogs, it must be extremely difficult for Bank of America to survive in this era of Big Government oppression. For example, after BOA and their other corporate buddies crashed the American economy in 2008, BOA only received a $45 billion dollar bailout. And, on top of that, they’ve had to pay zero dollars in federal taxes while their executives eeked by with only $6 to $30 million dollar salaries! With oppressive big government action like that, it’s totally understandable that the St. Louis tea party is now working hard to protect the nearly defenseless (aside from billions of dollars) bank from protesters who remind the public of BOA’s actions and challenge them on their unjust foreclosure practices.

Thank goodness the tea party is out there protecting the most vulnerable citizens of all: multibillion dollar companies who regularly distort the free market by infusing the political system with blood money.

St. Louis Activist Hub: Tea Party Valiantly Protects Bank of America From …: “OK, so maybe Bank of America regularly screws over the citizens of St. Louis and the rest of the United States. You can see examples of tha…”

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