Sunday, August 15, 2010

Bottom line for bottom feeders

GI benefits: Bottom line for bottom feeders

15 August 2010 - This weekend, the world marks the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II. You'll never find a worse piece of timing than this:

According to Bloomberg and BusinessWeek, some big insurance companies have hit upon a way to make money off the benefits that should go to the families of U.S. troops who have been killed in combat.

The companies work with, or maybe just work, the Veterans Administration. They're not fly-by-night companies, either. MetLife and Prudential are among those under scrutiny by the state of New York and now by Congress.


In other words, someone is going to get the interest or the use of the money. Who should it be? The grieving family, or the company eager to maximize profits? {read more}.

Keep in mind, the executives, and many of the investors, in these bottom feeding practices are paying extremely little in taxes, as to compensation and company write off perks, so doing even less Sacrifice for the soldiers and veterans then the Country even is, while they and their investors profit off the deaths of!!

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