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Originally posted by Kaytagg
Obama, Barack D $994,795
Clinton, Hillary D NY $411,150
Romney, Mitt R $234,275
McCain, John R $230,095
Himes, Jim D CT $155,098
Dodd, Chris D CT $112,500
Giuliani, Rudolph W R $109,450
Originally posted by allprowolfy
little history lesson here fellas> goldman with the help of levinsworth got the 1929 stock market crash assumed and on its way! so guess what goldman that thought everyone owned him something! would love to see this corporate harrasy go down as not only the american tax payers payed for it, but payed for half of europe!
Originally posted by Thirty_Foot_Smurf
All that is available is the list of top donors to Obamas campaign. No story but it is self explanatory. Now that the Obama administration is directing the SEC to go after Goldman Sachs will Obama return the ill gotten gains that were contributed to his campaign?
[Edit to remove CAPS]
[edit on 19-4-2010 by Thirty_Foot_Smurf]
Originally posted by links234
reply to post by captainbitter
Soo...if you say you're wife works for Goldman Sachs that's considered campaign contribution from Goldman Sachs? Weird indeed.
Why should he give the money back? Major corporation gives him a bunch of money then he screws over the major corporation to help the public? I'm not crying here. Well done...now if he could only tap into big oil and then promote wind energy and electric cars for his second term that would be great.
Originally posted by ISHAMAGI
Didn't even read the thread.
So my response to the OP is solely based on the thread title.
Is anyone else returning their campaign contributions?
Why return good money to thieves thus giving them more?
What does Goldman recent trouble with the government have to do with campaign contributions?