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Postby chief joe » Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:55 am

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Postby chief joe » Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:56 am

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Postby ~jeff~ » Mon Apr 04, 2011 5:28 pm

So that was Bush and McCain's deal in the Fall of 2008 that lined the pockets of Goldman Sachs. They just had to hand out all our tax dollars to the fat cats of Wall Street. Just like republicans always do....

Now they want to ax educational funding to save a buck, must be afraid some fat Wall Street puke might run out of a sufficient amount of cash to roll around in so they gotta cut some where.

With the republican line up starting to show for the 2012 election, it's a sorry lot so far. The only electable one to show his face so far is Romney and the voters will probably be too stupid to put him place to run like last time.

One day the dedicated republican base might wise up and abandon their boot licking of the rich before the entire party is a thing of the past.

It's as if the hand writing is already on the wall, the Donald Trump effect is just going to further fragment the already ineffective republican presidential party in the upcoming 2012 election. He's sure to go on a mega cash spending ego trip dominating the media and we all know from the past how effective that can in an election.
Palin is still lacking commitment to run but whats new, thats her MO.
If she does jump in the ring her fan club is sure to follow which will just further fragment potential republican votes making even harder for Romney to get a shot at office. I think she could beat Romney but I doubt she'd stand a chance against Obama where Romney just might.

With all things considered, today it appears Obama all but has a guaranteed win for 2012 if these voters don't pull their heads outta their azz in time.

Getting back to the Goldman Sachs story,
I like the link USA Today posted right in the middle of it..

[url=http://www.usatoday.com/money/companies/management/2011-03-31-ceo-pay-2010.htm]The heads of the nation
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