October 28, 2012 journal, the WalMart cartel make their money from trading WalMart stock long before they reap the harvest of 100 percent markup on Chinese-merchandise. Wal-Mart started as a innocent 10 cent store supplying genuine household needs in small towns but now they're the property of Wall Street unscrupulous profiteering to the world. Ohio will most likely follow the same pattern as it did win for Bush in 2004. We have not seen nothing yet. The pattern is disgusting but it commands the highest American ratings and entertains the largest audience in America. It makes the most money for Wall Street. This country is not going to be saved by either political party that are bleeding it to death. There is plenty of money but it is in the wrong hands being that of the false phony Federal Reserve of 1913 for a hundred years now American people have been strangled to death financially. It is time to free the people and the country of its debt, send the foreign banks back home. the economic crisis of 2008 I thought would free all private debt but they are not about to give one dime to the poor suckers working for a living, money is for the rich. The wealthy 1% have a blank check as do the banks and politicians to spend us to death. Natural disasters are eating away at this country and the people are perishing everywhere. These ideas may be radical but nothing is more radical than Revelation prophecy fulfilled. It appears now that they are going to win Romney who will dissolve Medicare and require all the old folks buy health insurance at rates they cannot afford, far more than their SSI. Wall Street have switched their support to Romney who will not dare to regulate them or impose a transaction tax. The national debt will all be left up to the poor people to pay. If the tiny nation of Israel is the Jewish homeland and then why do they not all go and live there scarely 4 million with most of them Khazaria Russians or Georgians from southern Russia. Most of them live in New York with a thousand Israeli lobbyists in Washington.. BankAmerica's accused of transferring worthless derivatives from their trading company to their bank in order that the American taxpayers will redeem them under the FDIC. It is hard to imagine how crooked bankers are and how they have robbed American people. COLUMBIA-"A hacker broke into the South Carolina Department of Revenue computer files and gained access to about 3.6 million tax returns, state and federal officials said Friday. A somber Gov. Nikki Haley said the hacked files included state returns submitted since 1998 with unencrypted Social Security numbers. There also were about 387,000 credit and debit card numbers, of which 16,000 were unencrypted. Officials said people whose information has been compromised will get a free year of identity protection service provided by Experian and paid for by the state. It wasn't clear how much that would cost the state. State Law Enforcement Division Chief Mark Keel said state officials were made aware of the problem Oct. 10 by the U.S. Secret Service. He said the hacker might have gotten into the files, stored in a computer in Columbia, as early as late August. "In the past two weeks, state and federal law enforcement along with the Department of Revenue have come together and done everything they need to make sure those holes have been plugged and we no longer have any holes we are aware of at this point," Haley said. "I have made it very clear to my chief I want this person slammed against the wall." Officials say the breach was completely closed by Oct. 20. They said they don't believe there was much additional damage after the problem was discovered. They said the hacker's computer had an international IP address, but they would not say which country. Officials said not all the tax information was extracted from the system. "Our state will respond with a big, large-scale plan that is somewhat unprecedented to take care of this problem," Haley said. Anyone who filed a South Carolina tax return from 1998 onward is being asked to call (866) 578-5422. Haley was asked why state officials waited weeks to notify the public. "This is the difference between finding the person and finding how they did it," she said. "We needed to find out how they did it, and we needed to find out everybody involved and the only way to do that was to allow them to go through the process they have gone through." Keel would not say whether authorit-ies have identified a suspect. He said the criminal investigation goes on. On Friday, the governor asked state Inspector General Patrick Maley to review cybersecurity for all state agencies and make recommendations for improvement. Earlier this year, the personal information of 228,000 Medicaid patients was stolen in South Carolina and a former Department of Health and Human Services project manager was arrested. "These are two totally different situations," Haley said. "That was somebody within the agency that had been part of the problem."The Secret Service's electronic crimes task force works nationwide, said Mark Williams, the Secret Service agent in charge for South Carolina. He said the South Carolina case was one of the largest the agency had handled."