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We've all heard the damaged jokes about lawyers coming from comedians and also politicians, or even our close friends. They describe attorneys as opportunistic ambulance chasers who are only bent on make a quick dollar off of someone else's suffering. These remarks typically aren't as harmless as you may think. In fact, they're concentrated as well as created as an extremely financed, well-coordinated, decades-long smear campaign executed by business interest groups like the United States Chamber of Commerce as well as the globe's greatest insurance companies. Mike Papantonio discusses this. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins reviews this. Register for the Ring of Fire for much more:

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  1. Posted by Jonathan Mollet, at Reply

    Oh yeah, everyone just lie down and accept your fate of getting fucked so that some rich guy can get even richer while you suffer.

    • Posted by IchimaruGin19877, at Reply

      Otherwise you’re a communist ! WTF ?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

  2. Posted by Green Eyes, at Reply

    Excuse me, just stopping by this to say;
    Tulsi Gabbard for President of the United States
    #AlohaTulsi2020 ,thanks

    • Posted by Bob Sagert, at Reply

      A 35 year old woman, she won’t even be 40 by the time she runs? The elites will never let it happen lol. It has to happen though, make it happen. 50+ year old men have proven they are useless, so we can only hope..

  3. Posted by DZ. KNUTZ, at Reply

    CENKS A CLOSET HOMOSEXUAL.

    • Posted by Bob Sagert, at Reply

      You mad bc you’re out about it and nobody gives you props? Eat lead you triggered maggot goof;)

    • Posted by James R., at Reply

      This is what you do for fun…?

  4. Posted by Ben Monroe, at Reply

    I work in a law firm, it’s always frustrating when people assume that. The money is in corporate defense not in product liability or malpractice anyway.

  5. Posted by kaiju blue, at Reply

    WE NEED SOME EYE CANDY.

    STAT.

  6. Posted by Jeff Shoemaker, at Reply

    lawyers both enforce and protect us from the oppressive and tyrannical legal system. abolish the system or we’ll ALL be in prison soon.

  7. Posted by Peter Liljebladh, at Reply

    Never mind my social security number. It’s the international conglomerate of ME you should worry about. Obey my demands or my security department (13 starving wild animals with taste for red meat) will hunt you down.

  8. Posted by WeAreLegion, at Reply

    1 more reason to go to Canada

  9. Posted by Val Jones, at Reply

    I have to laugh at a lot of these comments. If you believe all the crap on lawyers you obviously haven’t had a need for one, YET! Do you really believe that DuPont, or any other company for that matter, would have stopped polluting the water if they had not been sued? Do you believe you wouldn’t have cars recalled for causing dangerous accidents, by gas peddles sticking, breaks giving out, etc if they weren’t sued? Or let’s take medical malpractice do you believe doctors that cause further damage or even death to your loved one should just continue with no punishment? If you don’t want your day in court that’s your right, but I know if my loved one or I myself is taken advantage of and/or harmed Plus I could stop this from happening to someone else i want that right.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      Val Jones The best way to rein in corporate power is to remove from the law the fiction of Corporation. It is simply a way for business owners to remove risk from themselves and place it on an entity. The legal fiction of Corporation has caused so much damage. We need to remove the ability for businesses to incorporate and force them to remain under the responsibility of those who own it. That way when a business kills people, poisons people or ruins the environment. it’s not just the business that pays but also its investors and owners making them far more invested in making sure best practices are adhered to.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      Val Jones if the fiction of Corporation didn’t exist and the owners and investors of businesses were liable for the damages caused by their business there would be far less need for trial lawyers because business would be more invested in making sure that it does not incur liabilities. the existence of incorporation allows owners and investors to divorce themselves personally from the liabilities incurred by their businesses. if that was barred and all owners and investors were as culpable as the business itself you would see the need for trial lawyers suing corporations to stop them from harming the consumers and the environment decrease because there would be more risk involved in harming consumers and the environment.

    • Posted by charlidog2, at Reply

      We get it. Stop pasting the same comment.
      Besides, your solution isn’t one. THAT isn’t going to happen ever. So sit back and tell everyone how stupid they are for not listening to you while we work on viable solutions.

  10. Posted by Mark Jr., at Reply

    Well lawyers are part of that system so what are you talking about?

    • Posted by josh71111, at Reply

      Not the ones that represent consumers and fight against corporate corruption. That’s what he’s talking about.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      josh71111 the lawyers who fight against corporations and for the consumers will eventually become prosecutors and judges who will prop up corporations and allowed police to commit crimes. the American legal system is a farce. It is not just nor is it blind. it is a lie that is harmed more American citizens than every terrorist attack on the planet combined. every lawyer is a potential corrupt judge or prosecutor.

  11. Posted by NitsuaNaed, at Reply

    hey guys, did you know? humanitys fucked

    • Posted by Sun worshipping Black buffalo, at Reply

      Seems so

  12. Posted by Jf H, at Reply

    Now imagine public workers.

  13. Posted by Philemaphobia, at Reply

    Remember the “hot coffee hoax” where they managed to tell us of an old lady suing because she burnt herself just because the cup didn’t say ” caution, hot coffee” and couldn’t have sex anymore? How she was ridiculed and sexually harassed, when indeed the effing styrofoam cup melted from the coffee and she did get severely Burned? Even TODAY this case gets cited by eu open newspapers to make fun of the us judiciary system (by applying European standards that don’t exist in the USA)

    • Posted by TheStoneSpiral, at Reply

      I make it a point to explain to people who reference it as a joke the grim reality of her life after that coffee burn and how there were just under a thousand other people badly burned before she got to court.

  14. Posted by Bigdaddyz, at Reply

    Im not surprised by the rich wanting to exploit the poor but I am surprised by the poor willing to support the rich to exploit the poor.

    • Posted by Bat Shit Crazy, at Reply

      Bigdaddyz the poor tend not to be very well educated

    • Posted by Jesus Rivera, at Reply

      Or very well mis-educated.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      Bigdaddyz The best way to rein in corporate power is to remove from the law the fiction of Corporation. It is simply a way for business owners to remove risk from themselves and place it on an entity. The legal fiction of Corporation has caused so much damage. We need to remove the ability for businesses to incorporate and force them to remain under the responsibility of those who own it. That way when a business kills people, poisons people or ruins the environment. it’s not just the business that pays but also its investors and owners making them far more invested in making sure best practices are adhered to.

  15. Posted by Neo Skribe, at Reply

    is this “unsolved mysteries”

  16. Posted by BlankBrain, at Reply

    Mike Papantonio, thank you for your work to rein-in the tobacco industry. You may have improved the health of millions of people and extended many lives. There is certainly a need for trial lawyers and class-action suits. We need people to take on the large corporate interests that dominate our lives and health. For instance, we need to stop fracking, deforestation, antibiotic abuse, shady landfill operators, pesticide and herbicide abuse, nonessential pipeline construction, and perhaps cubicle manufacturers. _However, when trial lawyers work, even unwittingly, to promote the interests of large corporate powers, they can do great harm._ When trial lawyers promote misinformation and pursue misguided lawsuits, they unfortunately taint the entire profession.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      The best way to rein in corporate power is to remove from the law the fiction of Corporation. It is simply a way for business owners to remove risk from themselves and place it on an entity. The legal fiction of Corporation has caused so much damage. We need to remove the ability for businesses to incorporate and force them to remain under the responsibility of those who own it. That way when a business kills people, poisons people or ruins the environment. it’s not just the business that pays but also its investors and owners making them far more invested in making sure best practices are adhered to.

  17. Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

    The best way to rein in corporate power is not trial lawyers. It is to remove from the law the fiction of Corporation. It is simply a way for business owners to remove risk from themselves and place it on an entity. The legal fiction of Corporation has caused so much damage. We need to remove the ability for businesses to incorporate and force them to remain under the responsibility of those who own it. That way when a business kills people, poisons people or ruins the environment. it’s not just the business that pays but also its investors and owners making them far more invested in making sure best practices are adhered to.

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      +Tatchko so you’re a part of the problem you think you’re going to fix. Shakespeare was right when he said kill all the lawyers.

  18. Posted by sullyFL, at Reply

    Well, this was terrifying

  19. Posted by Vote Classic Liberal and Save America, at Reply

    You know what they say….Poor people have “lawyers”, the Rich have “legal counsel”….ffs

    • Posted by BigRalphSmith, at Reply

      Poor people don’t have lawyers. What country do you live in?

    • Posted by Jeff Ketcham, at Reply

      Vote Classic Liberal and Save America If you believe in “classical liberalism” then you have no problem with that. It means you have no problem with any abuses carried out by corporations. The “rational consumer” will just boycott those corporations right?

  20. Posted by Info Illness, at Reply

    Checks and balances outgunned by the sheer weight on money…