Conservatives and Wall Street - Cracks appearing

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?





Ummmm, there are more democrat billionaires than there are repub. Wall street did better under obummer than they did under Trump.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Their problems have not been with conservatives, but with trumpists. There is nothing conservative about trumpists acting like trumpist in the markets or on main street. They are obsessed with absolutism if they could get it and proven willing to do just about anything to get it, and that is bad for business.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Their problems have not been with conservatives, but with trumpists. There is nothing conservative about trumpists acting like trumpist in the markets or on main street. They are obsessed with absolutism if they could get it and proven willing to do just about anything to get it, and that is bad for business.

There is nothing conservative about prioritizing the profit margins of multinational corporations over the safety and well being of your nation and your children.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Their problems have not been with conservatives, but with trumpists. There is nothing conservative about trumpists acting like trumpist in the markets or on main street. They are obsessed with absolutism if they could get it and proven willing to do just about anything to get it, and that is bad for business.

There is nothing conservative about prioritizing the profit margins of multinational corporations over the safety and well being of your nation and your children.
Not only not conservative but pretty short sighted also.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?


Funny how Twitter and many other companies had no problem with people's lies about Trump ?Russia collusion. When it came to telling lies about Trump, Tech giants threatened to silence no one.

I guess as long as Republicans make it easy for these tech giants to continue business as usual with Communist China, they will all get along just fine.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Your love of multinational mega corporations is duly noted. They piss on the middle class and close our manufacturing plants, in favor of Chinese slave labor. Your contempt for middle class Americans is echoed by the twats on Twitter. It’s going to be fun the next several years watching who can kiss the CCP’s ass more, you nitwits or the oligarchs you worship.
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Their problems have not been with conservatives, but with trumpists. There is nothing conservative about trumpists acting like trumpist in the markets or on main street. They are obsessed with absolutism if they could get it and proven willing to do just about anything to get it, and that is bad for business.
And a poor attempt to divide trump supporters from republican.....

socialist/communist stunt to divide and conquer
 

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Of course “cracks” will appear in the “partnership” between Wall Street and Conservatives. Since when is insurrection good for business? The lies perpetuated by Trumpist regarding election fraud and their constant attack on the democratic institutions of this country have reached the breaking point. Business needs a stable and functional government to thrive. Anyone know how many successful businesses have come out of Somalia or Syria lately?
 

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The partnership between Americas business community and the Republican party goes back many decades. Lately however that "bromance" has cooled off a lot. Twitter and many other companies will no longer do business with our former President, or many of his supporters, citing misinformation (a polite term for lies) and the social media communications between members of the good squad that assembled, and attacked our nations capital. Tech giants; eager to escape government regulation have been banning whom they see as those who would use violence to bully their way into power. To be fair, some of those banned have also been left wing rioters who have also caused much property damage, but most of the "self regulating" from the tech giants has been aimed at the right wing.

So - can Conservatives patch up their differences with these tech giants and continue their partnership with Wall Street, or are these fences too damaged to mend?

Thoughts?
Their problems have not been with conservatives, but with trumpists. There is nothing conservative about trumpists acting like trumpist in the markets or on main street. They are obsessed with absolutism if they could get it and proven willing to do just about anything to get it, and that is bad for business.
And a poor attempt to divide trump supporters from republican.....

socialist/communist stunt to divide and conquer
Simply stating the facts. I am pretty well anti- right and anti- left. I miss normal republicans helping keep things between the rails, but still trying to get things done, no matter who was in office.
 

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