Post Tagged with: "Wall Street"

January 10, 2013 10:44

Another Obama Lewser from Wall Street

Lew made over a million dollars at evil big bank Citigroup and was Obama’s budget adviser on his failed recovery plan. One Obama budget even failed to get ANY votes in the senate even from Democrats.

April 23, 2012 16:34

On Hope and Hate: Week One of Obama v. Romney

David Axelrod and the Obama reelection team unleashed the class-warfare cannons. … I loathe class hatred. Marx and the Bolsheviks and their disciples did it with great destruction. I don’t want it in my country.

April 22, 2012 13:39

The Complete And Absolute Corruption of Two Faced Obama

You are who you associate with. For Obama that means thieves, super rich Wall Streeters, and redistributionist Maxists.

November 22, 2011 15:32

Our Professional Criminal Class

There is no excuse for citizens allowing the criminal class we call government to have reached its current level of theft, corruption and plunder.

July 29, 2011 06:39

Wall Street “a bunch of spoiled brats”

“To try to appease Wall Street is a huge mistake. …. If you look at the Boehner plan or the Reid plan there is no doubt that it doesn’t meet the criteria to avoid an ultimate downgrade of our country. … Overall Wall Street knows that both of these bills are not good for our country longer term.” Charles Payne on Fox Business News

December 31, 2010 08:19

How Government Failure Caused the Great Recession

The interaction of six government policies explains the timing, severity, and global impact of the financial crisis.

September 28, 2010 04:47

Who is for small business?

The political establishment has given in to Wall Street and abandoned main street.

August 13, 2010 10:12

Goldman Sachs owns the Democrats

Wall Street gets what it paid for. There is a reason that Goldman Sachs acts like it owns the Democratic party. It does.

July 19, 2010 06:49

Financial reform fiasco hard to sell as campaign issue

A Bloomberg National Poll found 79 percent have little or no confidence the bill will prevent or soften a future financial crisis. A 47 percent plurality say it will help the financial sector more than consumers.