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George Soros Rakes in $1 Billion in Three Months

jspopin Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 7:28 PM
Why are you all upset about Soros. He only ranks #15 on Forbes list of the wealthiest Americans at a paltry $15 billion and change. What about the fabulous Koch brothers how they at #4 with a total of over $60 billion? You give not a peep about the Koch's funding the formation of the Tea Party or their support of ALEC or a myriad of other extreme right wing enterprises. From my perspective THEY are the biggest threat to this country.
pow1000 Wrote: Feb 17, 2013 11:37 AM
The Koch Bros. are business men who came by their money legit, not like Soros, who devalued currencies in other countries. He has prison sentences waiting for him in many foreign lands. He turned in his own people (the jews) in Nazi Germany, he worked for the Nazis.
Thats how he got rich to begin with, then went from there. Maybe you should educate yourself first, before you make a comment. Look up Soros on the internet.
NullifyNow Wrote: Feb 16, 2013 7:05 PM
You are a nitwit. The right wing doesn't complain about wealthy people, but the left does. So it doesn't matter to them that the Koch bros have money. More power to them. But the criminals (Democrats) are always whining about money, except when their guys have it.

It's called hypocrisy and that is why your comment was so stupid.

You must be one of those illiterates Putin spoke of who voted for ObamaNazi.
MudontheTires Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 8:42 PM
"From my perspective THEY are the biggest threat to this country."

THat's your problem, prog. The Koch Brothers are businessmen who support Conservative causes, and Soros is an unrepentant Nazi who deliberately destroys national economies for personal gain.

You are most likely familiar with anti-American billionaire George Soros, but you may not be as familiar with how he's made his money. Essentially, Soros collapses countries by destroying their currencies. He has turned entire economies upside down and since November, the man has made $1 billion betting against the Yen.

George Soros made almost $1 billion since November from bets that the yen would tumble, according to a person close to the billionaire’s $24 billion family office.

The Japanese wager helped the firm return about 10 percent last year and 5 percent...