Wednesday, July 31, 2002

The morally bankrupt Congress:
No belt-tightening has been applied to Chapter 11, the portion of the bankruptcy law that large corporations employ. The end result is that a company like Enron gets to protect the wealth of its top people, while its fired workers and money-losing investors find it hard to obtain relief.

Should this really be the American way? Stick it to the little guys while the big guys get protected?

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