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Big Business Brain Washing America


The United States Chamber of Commerce, which represents three million businesses, is going to show an ad campaign that omits key facts to movie goers this summer. Big Business hopes that this “Faces of Lawsuit Abuse” ad campaign, from its Institute for Legal Reform, can revitalize interest in changing the civil justice system to their advantage. Big Business knows that if it can effectively influence the common citizen into believeing that their justice system is unjust, they have effectively performed mass jury tampering. Lawyers and Judges involved in personal injury lawsuits already know that Big Business has had alot of success over the last twenty years in changing the common person’s attitudes toward the civil justice system. Potential jurors can get downright hostile when asked about their attitudes regarding awarding damages for pain and suffering. That is exactly the type of jurors the insurance industry wants. The tales, now running on radio, television and the Internet, will appear on the big screen for audiences in Washington, D.C., and in Colorado and Louisiana. The plan is to then expand to theaters nationwide. Don’t be brain washed into believeing that our system of justice is unjust. It just ain’t true.


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  1. Steve Lombardi says:
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    Larry: You’re on a roll, I like your writing style and let the truth be known. Keep up the good work.

  2. Mark Bello says:
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    Larry: Nice job; I just posted a blog on the same topic and came across this one. Keep fighting the good fight. Hopefully this nonsense will begin t wear thin with the public

  3. Mike Bryant says:
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    It is imperative that we answer each of these slanted ads. Nice work in pointing this issue out.