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Bill Maher Discovers His Inner Grover Norquist

Born in the USA! Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 8:00 AM
No most corporate fat cats are conservative. You just mention some exceptions.
Larry in Texas Wrote: Mar 24, 2013 8:30 AM
3204 - we all got it. Knock it off.
3204 Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 6:32 PM
may your chains rest heavily upon you when you willingly submit to slavery
Tacitus X Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 10:18 AM
What fatter cats are there then Gates and Buffett? And why restrict it to "corporate" fat cats? What about Hollywood and the rest of the entertainment industry? How about all those overpaid government bureaucrats? How about heirs like the Rockefellers and Kennedys? You think they'll all voting Republican? How is it possible that most hedge fund money went to Obama and his administration is stuffed stem to stern with Goldman Sachs insiders? More "exceptions"? Sure.
Kenneth L. Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 9:24 AM
I can't let this pass.

I don't know what the stats show about how CEOs self-identify as Dem or Republican, but let's look at what the fuss is about: $10s of millions of dollars MORE were given to Obama and the DNC than were given to McCain and the RNC in 2008 by Wall Street firms like Goldman Sachs, J. P. Morgan, Citigroup, et al.

What party does Bob Rubin belong to? Jon Corzine? Born in the USA!, I don't know what you mean by "fat cats," or where you got your info. Any links for us?

To the list of liberals who vote for higher taxes -- and then proceed to complain about them -- add comedian Bill Maher.

Incredibly, the caustic, left-wing Maher recently warned, "ln California, I just want to say: Liberals -- you could actually lose me." As a resident of California, a state with high income taxes, Maher complained that his taxes are "over 50 percent." What's more, Maher made a point seldom heard except on Fox News or by a rich Parisian. Maher said, "Rich people ... actually do pay the freight in this country ... like 70 percent" of the...