Originally posted by DrDirtWhile not absolving these bastards, don't we all share some of the blame in our quest for wealth?
I just wanted to know what was meant by this statement, so I know whether or not to feel guilty for screwing so many people out of their money and turn myself in to the proper authorities.
I believe it's the old "Don't hate the player, hate the game" business. i.e. Isn't it our fault as a society that we put such an importance on how much money we make, thereby leading a person to illegal means in order to "keep up with the (CEO) Joneses"? (No.) Or maybe he's claiming, like Corajudo did in a previous thread, that it's the people's fault for not diverifying their investments.
Sorry, I've been busy. I meant both. I am not absolving Lay and company of anything. They are rat bastards. I am saying that in our rush to make cash we are often our own worst enemies.
Um, OK. Incidentally, inspections, turning over his supplies, etc was part of the agreement he made with the UN in 1991. So answer me this; what point does the UN have to exist if they will not enforce agreements they made with dictators?