Saturday, May 1, 2010

Look who's coming to dinner!

I'm a little late to the party, I've been ridiculously busy these past few weeks, so my apologies.

But, what in the sam hell is this?

In addition to the litany of bad policies contained in the Dodd Financial Reform bill is this nugget on pages 1039-1040.  In short, it extends government reach to every deposit account of every citizen.

Ok, If and/or when that happens, I'll be sure to let my bank know I'll no longer be using them.

Not that the healthcare bill doesn't already have certain key points such as this in it, but this would wrap it all up quite nicely for them, wouldn't it?

Intrusion doesn't even begin to describe what's about to transpire in our country. It's past intrusiveness, and well on its way to them living in our houses whilst eating our food and shitting in our toilets without even asking to come in before doing so.

Either get them a blanket and make them comfortable, or shove them the hell out of our house. Only two choices I see at this moment.

Look whose coming to dinner, indeed.

Although, some dinners may be laced, so watch your back, you unwanted guests.


  1. Hmmm, seems they already came to my dinner party. Unbeknownst to me, they came, they took 30 dollars from my 13 dollar bank account and overdrew it, THEN..if that were not shitting down my throat they added the final insult (probably not because I know how banks work NOW) by charging me 35 dollars for overdraft fees (which I wouldn't have had if they had not taken 30 out to pay on the banks Credit Card issued to me which I intended to pay but not now). So if after 5 days my negative 51 dollars is not brought to zero, they will charge me an ADDITIONAL 35 dollars for what they now call the "extended overdraft fee". So guess what? THEY will get NOTHING and I will keep my money in my POCKET to divy out as *I* see fit, not them.

  2. Sounds like Bank of America. I stopped banking with them a long time ago. They royally screwed me several times.

  3. HA!Great guess my friend! I am no longer a patron of BOA, nor am I a patron of ANY bank. The way I see it, my money is safer with me, than it is in an institution.