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Showing posts with label campaign contributions. Show all posts
Showing posts with label campaign contributions. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Hillary Clinton, the best Saudi candidate money can buy

A little more than 20 years ago, William Jefferson Clinton gained the Presidency by selling his soul and American technology to China in exchange for campaign contributions that rocketed him into the Oval Office.  Now in 2016, his wife and former first lady is following in his footsteps by using foreign contributions from Saudi Arabia to try to accomplish this same feat.
In a report that was published and then mysteriously deleted on June 12 by the Petra News Agency, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia is quoted as having provided upwards of 20 percent of her total campaign funding for her Presidential campaign.
Read more on this article here...

Monday, October 22, 2012

Presidential sponsors: Candidates should wear patches showing who owns them

In the world of presidential campaigns, the public's vote may count towards who is elected, but your money doesn't decide what the winning candidate will support.  In the world of high end financial elections, the amount of money spent by corporate lobbyists for a particular candidate not only dwarfs what individual citizens donate, but inevitably dictate what the winning candidate will side with regarding legislation during their term in office.

The last time we checked on the (funding) status of America's real presidential race - the one where America's uber-wealthy try to outspend each other in hopes of purchasing the best president money can buy - the totals were substantially lower. With November 6 rapidly approaching, however, the scramble to lock in those record political lobbying IRRs is in its final lap. And thanks to the unlimited nature of PAC spending, look for the spending to really go into overdrive in the next 2 weeks as the spending frenzy on the world's greatest tragicomedy hits previously unseen heights. - Zerohedge

See entire list of major donors to both candidates and parties here.

So if you ever wonder why every Treasury Secretary, every Fed Chairman, and every economic advisor to the President is from Goldman Sachs or JP Morgan, now you know because they pay for the right to not just sit at the table of citizen government, but to overthrow the ruler (you) and install the banking technocracy that now pervades the European Union.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Obama wants Americans to donate money from their yard sales to his campaign

Back in July, it was the desire of the President to have Americans donate their wedding gifts to his campaign, instead of to the bride and groom.  This coming weekend, Obama is raising the stakes in a desperate move for campaign contributions by asking all Americans to donate proceeds from any yard sale they have on Sept. 22 or 23 to his re-election fund.

Obama seeks campaign funds from wedding and birthday guests

Just remember America, to President Obama, you aren't just a voter, you are also a siphon for cash he wants to exploit to remain in power.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Mitt Romney joins Obama and Bush as the Wall Street presidential candidates

New campaign contribution records out show that Mitt Romney is the primary presidential candidate to be receiving donations from Wall Street and banking interests for the 2012 election.  He joins Barack Obama and George W. Bush, who in 2004 and 2008 respectively received similar contributions from the banking machine.

Charts courtesy of

As you can see, it doesn't matter which poltical party a candidate is tied to... Wall Street ALWAYS hedges its bets.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Occupy Wall Street fails to understand the symbiotic relationship with government

As the Occupy Wall Street paid movement continues in the US for another day, the unwashed masses who are easily led to blame corporations and businesses for all the problems in their lives has failed miserably in recognizing that Wall Street is a symbiotic host for government, and that each requires the growth of the other to succeed in their lockstep goals.

Chart courtesy of John Lohman

As you can see, in the past few decades, Goldman Sachs, and several other Wall Street firms, have donated over $1 Billion in campaign contributions, to both parties, almost equally.

And thus we see the sad truth of marxist protests... they rarely seek to redress true injustice, but instead they simply attack successful people who have more than they do, and fail to take even the most basic research time to determine who and what they are actually protesting against.