The Exasperation of the Democratic Billionaire

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    The Exasperation of the Democratic Billionaire

    Democratic billionaire calls Obama the biggest threat to jobs and progress
     
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    This.... sums it all in a nutshell. As I've said before, there's plenty of money out there but it's not being circulated in the economy. It's tied up in instruments, paper investments, and commodities.

    There's a crisis of confidence and an air of fear and it will remain so as long as Obama is at the helm.
     
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    We have a whole bunch of Marxists (redistribution of wealth) in this administration and we need to vote them out.
    Marxism had never worked, so why do so many in this administration believe in it?
     
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    It is hardly surprising that two rich businessmen in three months have said that Obama's policies/rhetoric haven't favored the rich or business enough. Zuckerman's main complaint seems to be that he would have preferred that more of the stimulus funds went to big business instead of states, municipalities and taxpayers.

    Zuckerman's interview demonstrates a casual arrogance. He presumes to speak not merely for the DNC, but for Democrats as a whole. Reading the WSJ to get a finger on the Democratic pulse is a bit like trying to get a feel for middle America by reading Le Monde.
     
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    It's expensive being rich. I get that. But why are the wealthy really complaining? They are still wealthy after all.
     

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