Thursday, February 4, 2016

Hillary's Wall Street Problem.....

Wall Street Banks LOVE Hillary Clinton
and
Hillary Clinton LOVES Wall Street Banks.
Neither loves you. Neither even likes you. Both consider you just an irritant.
The reason the Big Banks are so BIG is thanks to Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton was paid handsomely for his deregulation efforts. Hillary hasn’t done too shabby either.
Wall Street banks shower Hillary with endless money…… as she stands there smiling while it rains down all around her. It is a great set up for her.
It is a terrible set up for you.
Cooper asked the Democratic front-runner if she made “a bad error in judgment” by accepting $675,000 from Goldman Sachs for three speeches.
(HOW MANY SPEECHES WOULD YOU HAVE TO MAKE TO EARN $675,000.00?)
Her explanation sounded flip. "That's what they offered,” she said
(It is not her fault her words are so valuable)
The most problematic part of her answer came when she insisted something that is demonstrably untrue: “They’re not giving me very much money now, I can tell you that much. Fine with me.” (HILLARY IS A LIAR)
“Through the end of December, donors at hedge funds, banks, insurance companies and other financial-services firms had given at least $21.4 million to support Clinton’s 2016 presidential run.
(HOW MUCH DID YOU GIVE HILLARY? SEE WHY SHE DOESN’T CARE ABOUT YOU…)
more than one of every 10 dollars of the $157.8 million contributed to back her bid.
“In all, donors from Wall Street and other financial-services firms have given $44.1 million to support Hillary Clinton’s campaigns and allied super PACs (POOR PEOPLE GAVE HILLARY NOTHING…….WHICH IS WHY NOBODY (ESPECIALLY NOT HILLARY) REPRESENTS THEM.)
"Only about $75,000 of the $75 million Sanders has raised for his 2016 campaign has come from donors in the finance sector."
(BERNIE LIKES THE REAL PEOPLE WHICH IS WHY THE BIG BANKS HATE BERNIE.)
“With the $21.4 million that Wall Street has given for her current White House bid, Clinton is on track to quickly exceed the nearly $23 million that she raised in her three previous campaigns combined from the PACs and employees of banks, hedge funds, securities firms and insurance companies."
The Clinton campaign, in damage-control mode on this issue and trying to regain its footing after the close finish in Iowa, has postponed two finance industry fundraisers until AFTER the New Hampshire primary.
“Clinton was originally supposed to attend an event in Boston on Friday, organized by Jeannie and Jonathan Lavine, the managing partner of Sankaty Advisors, an affiliate of Bain Capital,” Tom and Matea report.
(YOU REMEMBER BAIN CAPITAL……THAT WAS MITT ROMNEYS FIRM. MITT IS A REPUBLICAN. HILLARY IS A DEMOCRAT. BOTH LOVE BIG MONEY. BIG MONEY IS THE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE OF POLITICS. BRINGS BOTH PARTIES TOGETHER.)
“The fundraiser has been rescheduled for a later date that the campaign would not reveal. In addition, a New York fundraiser billed as a ‘Conversation with Hillary,’ co-hosted by Matt Mallow, chief legal officer for the asset management firm BlackRock, that was originally scheduled for Jan. 28 has been moved to Feb. 16.”
It is hard to overstate how much the base in both parties HATES the big banks. It’s especially salient right now with the box office success of “The Big Short,” which doesn’t just cast bankers in a bad light but intentionally leaves viewers outraged that none really went to jail. The distaste for the financial services industry comes up constantly when I interview voters at Democratic and Republican events.
The head of Goldman unintentionally made an in-kind contribution to Sanders by attacking him on CNBC. Lloyd Blankfein said the senator’s attacks on bankers and the "billionaire class" makes this “a dangerous moment.”
(BUT 62 PEOPLE HAVING MORE MONEY THAN HALF THE POPULATION OF PLANET EARTH IS NOT A DANGEROUS MOMENT IN HISTORY. AT LEAST NOT FOR MR. BLANKFEIN. THAT IS JUST GOOD POLITICS.)

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