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Big Banks Aren't Too Happy with GOP

tdecive Wrote: Mar 01, 2014 8:55 PM
"Remind me who it is again that is all chummy with the big banks…" Um....well now...Wall street banks kissed Baracks buttocks during the last two elections and now they want the GOP to help them out? Please....GOP.....send the douchbags packing. "President Barack Obama’s largest campaign donors last month included employees of Wells Fargo & Co., (WFC) JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), according to an analysis of Federal Election Commission records." Their support indicates that Wall Street, which gave Obama $16 million for his successful 2008 White House run, is opening its checkbook again for the president. The contributions helped Obama raise $21 million in February, including $6.5 million transferred from a joint fundraising committee with the Democratic National Committee."
Most of them are paid trolls. Groups like CredoAction or the former ProgressivePatriot pay people to go to conservative sites and post their bowel spewage.
You get the government you deserve Virginia. Bloomberg backed this douchbag. Did anyone in his right mind think this new governor would do anything else? If this comes as a surprise to you, you need to remove your head from your colon.
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Senate Democrats in Obamacare Free Fall

tdecive Wrote: Nov 20, 2013 8:53 PM
Its been said, but needs to be said again and again and again The modern "progressive" Demokrat is about power....not compassion...sorry. Their vision of national entitlements means sucking the money from middle class income workforce (whether blue collar or salaried) to redistribute their earning to their favorite demokratic constituencies. BTW...whatever happened to the moderate Blue Dogs? they are an endangered species on the verge of extinction in this "Big Tent" party. Why is that? The Demokratic Party is the party of the leftist "progressive"......and thanks to its own leftist extremist "grassroots" there are hardly any moderate Blue Dogs left. They were pushed out of this "Big Tent" party. Ever heard of Steve Rosenthal or Andrew Stern? "They work for us - and we won't let them forget it! Steve Rosenthal President of They Work for Us and the Organizing Group Posted: January 23, 2007 11:40 AM" SNIP "Reining in the rogue Democrats has always been a problem. They stick it to working families, then expect a pass when elections roll around, figuring they will be the "lesser of the evils." And all too often they have gotten away with it. That's why, with several allies associated with the labor movement, and individuals from the progressive community, we have helped start two separate new organizations: They Work for Us and Working for Us Political Action Committee. Both groups will be on the hunt for Democrats who undermine progressive economic values and oppose the House Democratic Leadership's attempt to move America forward. These groups share a clear agenda that all REAL Democrats must support:"
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Who's To Blame For Cuccinelli's Loss?

tdecive Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 8:57 PM
There is plenty of blame to go around....BUT....the alleged GOP business donor class in Virginia needs to be exposed as well. From The Federalist How The Republican Donor Class Gave Us Terry McAuliffe November 7, 2013 By Ben Domenech SNIP 'Yet for all the talk of Tea Party intransigence, the reality is that once the primaries and conventions are over, the sore losers in the bunch tend to all be on the money side, not the grassroots. The conservative base will swallow hard, grit their teeth, and back a moderate against a liberal time and again, just as Tea Party groups backed Mitt Romney and conservatives backed John McCain. But the donors typically find it a lot easier to take their ball and go home. This wasn’t what the story was supposed to be in Virginia. Today, the Republican donor community is flailing desperately for a narrative to defend their decision to leave Cuccinelli high and dry as something other than a temper tantrum. The story was supposed to be that Terry McAuliffe and Bill Bolling were right: Cuccinelli was too extreme for Virginia, and it was time to get back to nominating the types of candidates they wanted. But Cuccinelli – even without the money, without the support, without the infrastructure – made it a race in the closing days, and now the donor class which said “screw it, I’m out” after the nomination fight played out are straining for excuses."
It was always considered a JFK victory. News reports of the day had headlines like..."Soviets blink", etc. The MSM of its day pulled out all the stops to do "face saving" of JFK. After all, it was thought to be damn near heresy to make the president look weak in the face of our most hated rival.
"WaPo approval on handling of the gov't shutdown: In the last week, Obama went from -6 to -11, Dems from -26 to -28, and GOP from -46 to -53." Again....and again......and again.....the leftist MSM pulls out all the stops to prop up their ideological brethren and win. In case you havent noticed this debacle was subject to, what appears to be, a full court media campaign worthy of the MediaMatters organized Rush/Fluke campaign. We have to start setting traps for this douchbags to walk into and absolutely destroy THEIR they do to us CONSTANTLY.
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