I don’t know about you, but I don’t quite get these groups who are suing wall street over their huge losses resulting from the market crash. I heard on the radio that a California workers union was suing a bank over a lost investment of $100,000 from their vacation fund (now worth $5000.)

What ever happened to caveat emptor? I’m not saying I’m unsympathetic (I lost money too.) My feeling is that life is unfair sometimes. I guess since we can’t sue life, we need to find someone to blame and try to recover our losses.

Do we always have to find someone else to blame? How often do we take accountability for our own actions when things go wrong?

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