Was somewhat shocked to see O'reilly list the top donors for both Romney and Obama. He said Romneys top donors were Wall Street and "All the major banks". For Obama, he mentioned the top Ivey League schools. I was undecided, but given Fox saying Romney's support is from Wall Street and Major Banks, I can't support him. Romneys on the wrong team, the rich one, not for working people like me!
I can't believe it! Not a single comment? Where are all the Fox supporters?
by Holle Abee5 years ago
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB1000142 … 24916.htmlMan, if that isn't the pot calling the kettle black! What about Obama's donors and bundlers? I really thought Obama was above something like this.
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
INVESTIGATION REPORTEDLY LAUNCHED IN 2008(Apr. 18, 2011) — It has been reported that the Federal Election Commission began an investigation into the campaign contributions taken in by Barack Hussein Obama in 2008 over...
by Shadesbreath8 years ago
Still don't know who I'm voting for for sure, but that woman gave a great speech imo.
by James Smith4 years ago
Stirring the pot a little bit with this hopefully.http://www.tomwoods.com/blog/but-i-thou … -business/Since Wall Street is the main beneficiary of the Fed through bailouts and money printing, a sound-money...
by Susan Reid6 years ago
Bill O'Reilly of Fox News sat down with President Obama for a little "chat" at the White House.O'Reilly seemed to be trying to walk a fine line between badgering and respect for the person he was interviewing...
by Alternative Prime15 months ago
Opening his mouth doesn’t appear to be a strong suit for poor ole’ backwards Jeb - Every time he yaps his trap his big “Special” brother George W looks like the intelligent sibling ~ How much trouble is that?If...
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