[Homestead] The Usury Business, How To Avoid Going To Jail

Toni Hawryluk tonihawr at msn.com
Fri Sep 3 00:01:28 EDT 2004

James typed : 
> The lender could take him to court and if the borrower made a case for fraud, the lender is out of luck.

When you're already in debt because
you're borrowing - and the lender has
lotsa gelt - who will have the "better'
attorney ?

> The idea of Libertarianism in this is that the government should be out of the whole picture as much as is at all possible.  

Kinda like anarchy ?

> It is far harder to bribe every court and every jury in the country than it is to bribe one president.

I don't think so. It only takes the
one you're depending on to see *your*
side ... 50-50 is more like it - and that is
provided the lender isn't his/her/their 
relative/friend/golf partner, etc. Like
Cheney and that Supreme Court justice ....


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