So, according to the Left, businesses like Chase Bank are the world's biggest assholes because: If you walk into their building and ask them to buy you a house, they'll only do it so long as you promise to pay them back… Then, if you don't honor that contract, they'll take back that house that they paid for in the first place?… What evil sons of bitches.
Clearly, there's only one thing to be done... Round up your friends, borrow a car, Google where those rich assholes are headquartered, and mindlessly chant platitudes at them for weeks on end... That'll show those millionaires who's fucking boss… Unless of course they truly are as evil as you fear, then they'll probably just become uncontrollably aroused by your plight and spend all day staring down at you from their corner offices while masturbating furiously.
But hey, look on the bright side, at least those evil bankers can't steal your house unless they first helped you pay for it. It's not like they can roll up on a city block, declare it theirs, and tell its inhabitants to hit the bricks... No, there's only one organization greedy and evil enough to pull that shit…
So let's compare evil banks to benevolent government:
Banks: Will only do business with you if sign a contract, which can sometimes be hard to fully understand.
Government: Insists you signed some magical social contract before you were even born, giving them total power over your life and property. No one can refuse it, there are no appeals, and you're never allowed to actually see a copy or read what you supposedly agreed to.
Banks: If you fail to live up to your end of a contract, a bank can take possession of the house it had originally paid for.
Government: can at any time, purely to make more money, take your property and give it to a business that they think will pay them more in taxes.
Banks: Charge a $2 fee for using another banks ATM (Some banks now charge a $5 monthly fee to debit card users.)
Government: Charges you around a 7% fee on every purchase, and around a 20% fee on your income, as well as hundreds of hidden fees you don't even realize you're paying.
Banks: Will pay you extra if you have large amounts of money on deposit.
Government: prints money, which inflates the currency and devalues whatever money you have, and if they ever catch you with a large amount of cash, they'll simply assume you're a drug dealer and seize it through asset forfeiture.