There are some people who are emotionally affected by what is happening in the financial system in the US. Dylan Ratigan is one (see his Get Money Out site here) and the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators are another. The wealth inequality is a disgrace in a democratic country and is, in fact, undemocratic.
Too bad that more people didn't feel more emotional about the corruption that has become part of the financial, political and judicial system. Banks like Goldman Sachs are typically in the center of, and partly responsible for, this dysfunctional system.
See the video here
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