Friday, December 11, 2009

Only now does Taiibi figure out Obama sold out - Obama's Big Sell Out

Here is Matt Taiibi's newest piece Obama's Big Sell Out.  He goes on quite colorfully about how Obama sold out. I will let you read it but my question is where was he before the election?  All people had to do was dig a little and they would have known this. If he and others who call themselves journalists had even bothered one little bit to investigate him and give the American public the facts we would have had an informed public but I think Taiibi had a man crush on Obama we know Matthew's did (does) ewww pretty creepy that tingle. Anyway the point is the information he is now using was available to the public before the election and people were warning about Obama's payoff from the banks and pretend capitalists like Jeff Imelt.

I pointed out months ago the Democrats knew he was a sell out but didn't care in fact shouted down an article posted on the Dummies Underground.  So now months late and TRILLIONS short Taiibi comes out using lots of profanity and colorful  quotes and everyone is hailing him?  If he were any kind of a real journalist or had any real integrity he would have looked into it and warned the American public before the election too late now the DAMAGE is done and you have to wonder if it will ever be able to be undone.


Top Contributors

This table lists the top donors to this candidate in the 2008 election cycle. The organizations themselves did not donate , rather the money came from the organization's PAC, its individual members or employees or owners, and those individuals' immediate families. Organization totals include subsidiaries and affiliates.
Because of contribution limits, organizations that bundle together many individual contributions are often among the top donors to presidential candidates. These contributions can come from the organization's members or employees (and their families). The organization may support one candidate, or hedge its bets by supporting multiple candidates. Groups with national networks of donors - like EMILY's List and Club for Growth - make for particularly big bundlers.
University of California
Goldman Sachs
Harvard University
Microsoft Corp
Google Inc
Citigroup Inc
JPMorgan Chase & Co
Time Warner
Sidley Austin LLP
Stanford University
National Amusements Inc
Wilmerhale Llp
Skadden, Arps et al
IBM Corp
Columbia University
Morgan Stanley
General Electric
US Government
Latham & Watkins


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