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BofA Shuns Firearms Business

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by susan28, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. susan28

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    Hey all LTNS.. don't get to these parts much these days but felt it my duty to share this revolting example of your bailout money at work..

    http://ericpetersautos.com/2012/04/25/bank-of-america-refuses-to-do-business-with-firearms-co/

    I pulled all assets from the majors last year and went with a smaller bank with a sane balance sheet that didn't need a bailout and lets you denominate your account in (almost) any currency you want including physical metal, how cool is that. There's probably a great bank that appreciates your business right around the corner.

    (ps my DELTA's almost done after half a decade of waiting, will be sure to paste up the porn in the 10-Ring when she's back :pirates:)
     
  2. Jonesee

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    This has been addressed thoroughly in 2 other posts.
     


  3. susan28

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    ::nodding:: Sorry bout that Jonesee, like i said not a reg lately but i should've known a story like that would make its way here pretty quick and done a quick thread search first.

    So was it debunked or something?

    EDIT: Found it, thanks for letting me know. Very odd situation. Even on Beck apparently lol.. caveat emptor i guess..
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2012