Discussion in 'Politics' started by Amelia, May 24, 2012.
Read more: Why Obama's Campaign Blunder Helps Romney
You would be surprised if Gallup took this poll,,,,,Obama VS Bareny the Dinasor. wanna guess the outcome?
Didn't Obama kill Barney?
I bet you make less than $30,000.00 a year.
I bet you make judgments about people based on their Incomes.
- founded and initially funded in 2010 by Peter G. Peterson, founder of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation
- Peterson, a billionaire investment banker,
- has long advocated restrictions on entitlement programs and deficit reduction,
1. The OP (Amelia) cites "The Fiscal Times" (thefiscaltimes.com) as the source for her assertions. "The Fiscal Times" is yet another example of billionaire businessmen using their money and power to exert their influence on America's political and economic agenda.
2. Casino mogul and 78-year-old multi-billionaire Sheldon Adelson (America's eighth richest man) bankrolled the Gingrich Campaign.
3. Seventy-one year old Foster Friess, a Christian billionaire and founder of Friess Associates provided much of the money to finance the Santorum Campaign. Friess is best known for hisrecent "bottle of aspirin between a woman's legs as a means of birth-control" comment.
4. Mitt Romney, who contributed $45 million of his own money as an unsuccessful GOP presidential in 2008, has a whole stable of millionaires and billionaires contributing directly to his campaign or his PAC. Romney had the financial resources to far outspend his Republican opponents and overwhelm them with negative campaigns.
5. J. Joe Ricketts, the founder and former CEO and former chairman of TD Ameritrade and listed among Forbes Magazine's 400 wealthiest Americans, was reportedly willing to provide $10 million for the 2012 presidential campaign against Obama. His name was linked to a recent proposal to resurrect the President's link with Rev. Jeremiah Wright - until the media exposed it.
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