Justplainmad? You really just made a username to whine? Hehe.
It's funny, but by applying more regulations to banks*, Canada seems to have avoided much of the global financial crisis and is recovering faster than the US is.
And Canada has national healthcare!
*Of course, they were doing this while we in the US were deregulating as if we were Superman and regulations were kryptonite.
They won't stop till they destroy the US and the Constitution.
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