I have to say, without even the slightest exaggeration, that I’ve never trusted capitalism, because for capitalism to work, there has to be some degree of trust in the information on which you base financial decisions. I always assumed that the game was rigged, and believed that only occasionally would the rights of the working class be upheld under the law — just enough to keep down any real rebellion.

None of my friends agreed with me, by the way. (Although now, many of them are finally coming to the same conclusion.)

All we’re seeing with the foreclosure fraud is that the rats and roaches are running out into the light of day.