Follow the money...
Terry

Hackettstown, NJ

#1 Dec 1, 2010
Usually Wall Street hedges their bets with which ever political party is in power at the moment. But in favor of Democrats before 9-11.

After 9-11, hardly any financial institutions on Wall Street were donating to Democrats.

Remember it was President Bush who came up with the $700 billion dollar bailout for Wall Street.

President Obama increased that another $87 billion in order to keep or let Wall Street hedge their donating bets back towards Democrats.

Who is to blame for the economic down-turn?
Follow the money back to it origins, and back to the policies.

Republican de-regulation that allowed financial institutions to do whatever they wanted, plus the fact that Democrat Barney Frank couldn't figure out a 4th grade level problem that financial institutions were creating an unsustainable pyramid scheme.

It's not me that causes these problems, and it's not you for the most part; it's big money.
And big money makes you do things you wouldn't otherwise do.
Like accept lies as truth and voting for liars, thieves, deceivers and well... criminals.

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