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Robert Ariail for October 27, 2011

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    halfabug  almost 10 years ago

    Ain’t that the truth.

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    judy.palen  almost 10 years ago

    Ho hum – more political name calling

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    MaeRiot  almost 10 years ago

    Because that’s your job… It’s time to Man Up and fix the broken $ystem. Someone has to! Say thank you for the extreme generosity and then Teach wall street that Not Everyone is “for sale” at Any Price!!! And dreaming on… Just imagine if the other elects in that pocket followed your lead – We the People could actually get America Back!

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    pirate227  almost 10 years ago

    The cons are mad that Obama is working their corner, hypocrisy.

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    Dtroutma  almost 10 years ago

    Publicly finance and regulate spending for elections ala “Fairness doctrine” principles, cut out ALL “donations” from outside. The most expensive business (occupation) in America would go OUT of business “K Street” (lobbying).

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    grayhares01  almost 10 years ago

    Quick quiz for the libtards.

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    In 2008, one presidential candidate was backed by more big business money than any other candidate in the history of the United States.

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    Name him…

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    garfieldfan2222  almost 10 years ago

    grayhares,

    Ooohh, ooohh, I know the answer to this one. But I’ll let the libtards guess first if they can (and if they dare!)

    They’ll probably give the correct answer (along with some pathetic excuse as to why it was okay in that instance.)

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    MaeRiot  almost 10 years ago

    Because they KNEW who to “INVEST” in??? Yes – It’s obvious that some sell out for less than others…. But the really sad Fact:is that We still have no better option. With this set up – exactly who will stand up to the the $ystem and stop this corrupt madne$$?

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