If there is anything more disgusting then Barack Hussein Obama as President of the United States of America, it would be the fatcat bankers and the slime that troll Wall Street, they along with the rating agencies lied and manipulated the World’s economies until there was nothing left to drain from the people of the World and then they sat back while untold millions suffered and waited to get richer. One thing this “economy” has shown is that when the chips are down, the rich do indeed get richer and the poor, poorer. You see when the free market system is allowed to flourish, unhindered by government, each and every one of us has an opportunity to gain wealth, when the Barack’s of the World (Socialists/Marxists/Statists), strangle free enterprise and insert crony capitalism in its place then there are few winners and millions, upon millions of losers.
I look forward to the culture warriors in the Conservative Movement ie: the TEA Party Movement who have recognized this failure of the Democrats for the past four years to encourage the free market entrepreneurial spirit and to send forth a candidate that will once again remove the stranglehold on the neck of America so that once again the rising tide will lift all boats. It may not benefit Wall Street and GE or Chyrsler or any old decrepit institution but it damn well will benefit We The People of these United States of America. Trading Romney For Obama, Is To Trade One Big Government Liberal For Another
A year after President Barack Obama signed into law the most extensive financial regulations since the Great Depression, Wall Street so far is putting its political money elsewhere.
Employees of Goldman Sachs Group gave Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney $238,250 in the last three months, more than workers at any other company, according to a computer-assisted analysis of Federal Election Commission data. Obama took in $10,113.
Four years ago, employees of New York-based Goldman gave $994,795 to Obama and $234,275 to Romney, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, a Washington-based research group. For both candidates, it was more than any other company’s employees.
In addition, Romney took in $2.1 million from donors reporting a New York state address, where the financial industry is headquartered, FEC data shows. Obama raised $1.3 million during the same period. For the 2008 election, Obama raised $50.5 million in the state; Romney raised $2.8 million, according to the center.
Romney and Obama were among the candidates offering the first looks at their presidential fundraising. Their FEC reports cover donations through June 30.