Democrats: Real Party of the Rich

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  1. William Joyce
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    William Joyce Chemotherapy for PC

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    And other constituencies...

    http://www.theoccidentalobserver.com/articles/Editorial-Bailout.html

    The Democrats are emerging as the new party of the rich, the party of Wall Street, the party that champions financiers at the expense of producers. For years now, the most affluent precincts in the country—mostly on the two coasts—have been solidly Democratic. And in 2008, the polls show that upper-income voters mostly support Barack Obama. And Obama, of course, guided by the likes of Robert Rubin, has been quietly supportive of the deal. ...

    So it’s understandable that the Democrats would want to take care of “their” people at the top. That’s the revised Democratic model: The same old socialism for the poor, of course, in the form of the bureaucratic welfare state, and a new kind of socialism for the rich, in the form of this bailout.

    In addition, the Democrats have some sordid secrets to protect—and Paulson & Co. are helping them keep hidden. Much of the overall financial crisis can be traced back to bad mortgages made to unqualified buyers at the behest of Democratic poverty advocates; it was a neat arrangement, poor Democrats got houses, as rich Democrats got richer by manipulating the financial paper.

    Pinkerton is too polite or too desirous to maintain his position in the mainstream media to note the obvious: Wall Street is heavily Jewish and Main Street is basically a code word for white Middle America.
     
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    :eusa_clap: another truthful article
     
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    And another retarded comment by you.

    Anyone care to explain why the candidate of the "party of the rich" wants to increase income taxes on the rich by a fairly large amount?

    Anyone?
     
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    Yeah really! They may be the party of the rich but at least they want to help people out and spred it around some. Buffet one of the richest men in the world has a problem with the fact his secertary pays a higher pay rate then him plus he donated something like a billion dollars to the Bill Gates Foundation. Why don't you look up how much the Walmart family has donated!
     
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    BOTH parties are basically creatures owned and controlled by very wealthy factions of this nation.

    Didn't we who have been paying attention all always understand that?
     
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    that's a falsehood.....and is not even in the ballpark of truth in this mortgage mess...
     
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    In a plutocracy, does the plutocracy change when one party or the other is in control, or is it business as usual?
     
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    Business as usual, basically.

    SOME things change and those things (like tax rates and social programs) make a hell of a lot of difference.

    But the basical scam remains the same.

    Just as there was alwyas good aristos and bad ones, so too does our nation have some masters of the universe who understand how a society has to work, and some whose ideas of a fuctional modern indistrial society are basically mid-eval.
     
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    Umm, why is this in the race relations forum?

    Someones getting a bit too trigger happy with the moving threads.
     
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    Sure--they want to redistribute it to the poor.
     

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