Just in case there was ANY question left about which party understands economics

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    It's painfully clear which party understands fiscal responsibility and which party is like small children with a credit card..


    Together, the Romney campaign and the RNC boasted about $146 million cash on hand going into October, with the RNC accounting for about $82.6 million of it, federal filings show.

    The DNC reported a comparatively paltry $4.6 million in the bank and $20.5 million in debt. Obama for America reported having nearly $100 million as of Sept. 30.

    Obama for America Borrows $15 Million From Bank of America | TheBlaze.com
     
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    Guess the RNC plans on being around for awhile, while the DNC is gonna expect a bailout from Soros and the Unions..

    I'd stop wasting money on those "Big Bird" ad buys... That's insulting and counterproductive. Bunch of morons running the show after those convention diatribes about abortion and contraception and God/Israel..
     
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    "Deep-pocketed financiers have abandoned President Obama and are flocking to Mitt Romney in droves, providing more donations to his campaign than any other industry except retired workers. (And that's not really an industry.)

    "Individuals who work in the securities and investment industry have given the Romney campaign $8.5 million through the end of April, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics .

    "Over the same time period, Obama has brought in only $3 million from securities and investment workers, and the industry is only the campaign's fifth largest source of funds.

    "'They have basically ditched Obama,' said John Dunbar, the managing editor for politics at the Center for Public Integrity. 'Romney is just a much friendlier candidate if you are a banker.'"

    Wall Street ditches Obama, backs Romney - May. 29, 2012
     
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    Good.. Obama shouldn't be getting a DIME from the folks he has villified. Not a dime from Wall Street, not a dime from Energy. Not a dime from "the rich". Not a dime from Insurers. Not a dime from people who ACTUALLY BUILT THEIR OWN BUSINESSES...

    That's the way Free Speech works.. And that's how villifying people ends up biting you in the ass..
     
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    Why hasn't Obama prosecuted any of those folks you claim he has vilified?
    Because he depends on "the rich" to fund his campaigns, too?
     
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    Who you want to prosecute?? Let's start with the Fed Reserve for keeping rates so low and inflating the bubble..
     
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    Sounds like a good start, to me.
    How about Angelo and a few of his friends?

    "'Friends of Angelo (FOA)' VIP program

    "In June 2008 Conde Nast Portfolio reported that several influential lawmakers and politicians, including Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, and former Fannie Mae CEO Jim Johnson, received favorable mortgage financing from Countrywide by virtue of being 'Friends of Angelo.'"
     
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    So Mitt will give us the best government that money can buy?
     
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    Think positive...maybe Mitt will be in the White House when the global economy CRASHES loudly enough to focus America's attention the same way 911 did.
     
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    Because Obama has made it very clear he intends to bankrupt them with marxism and they know it...
     

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