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Forum Post: Michael Moore: 'Wall Street Has Their Man and His Name is Barack Obama'...

Posted 12 years ago on Dec. 7, 2011, 2:47 p.m. EST by newjustice22 (49)
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[-] 3 points by guru401 (228) 12 years ago

Obama's Chief of Staff is a former JP Morgan executive. His former primary economic advisor, Larry Summers, was one of the biggest proponents for repealing Glass-Steagal. His National Jobs Council is littered with banking executives, including from Citigroup and UBS -- not too mention GE's Jeff Immelt leads the Council. Obama has refused to prosecute any bankers for fraud during the 2008 collapse. And his Adminstration worked simultaneously with Ben Bernake's $600 billion money printing program of November 2010 - June 2011.

Obama is a Wall Street puppet.

[-] 2 points by opensociety4us (914) from Norwalk, CT 12 years ago

It gets harder and harder to see Obama as someone who can effectively help to rid our nation of the corruption between "Big Finance" and DC.

[-] 1 points by aahpat (1407) 12 years ago

This is, in part, why I will Write-In Elizabeth Warren/Russ Feingold for president in the Democratic primary.

As a lifelong social justice activist I could not vote for Obama in 2008 because I saw that he was lying and manipulating social justice supporters to steal their votes. That he was and is a right-wing pandering authoritarian.

Elizabeth Warren is hated and feared by Wall Street. That should give her the strongest credibility for OWS voters in 2012.

[-] 0 points by BlueRose (1437) 12 years ago

I'm voting for Obama, I hope he lets loose with liberalism in his second term. But I will check in on this lady, I think women in general don't put up w corporate and Wall st crap as easily as men. (Sorry men, but it's true at this point in history.) A WOMAN blew the whistle on Enron, don't forget. You want real change, make women half the politicians. They care about women, children, and animals, men have been trained to chase money at all costs.

[-] 0 points by aahpat (1407) 12 years ago

I agree with your sympathies but not your decision on Obama.

Obama is a wholly owned tool of Wall Street.

A vote for Barack Obama is a vote for the status quo and against the economic and social justice interests of the American people.

[-] 1 points by ronimacarroni (1089) 12 years ago

Obama didn't need the Wallstreet contributions.

He had raised millions of dollars of donations from people.

Seems like Harvard is a criminal factory.

[-] 1 points by Marlow (1141) 12 years ago

Not factual..What Moore said was:

"If that's the Truth, and Wall street already has their Man, and his name is Barak Obama.."

I also noticed that the title on the blog was misleading in quoting Moore incorrectly as well.

I am an editor of a Fact Finding Web Site that researches Crime on Wall Street... ( 7 yrs ).. And i would NEVER Miss Quote another for any purpose to Serve my point.

This is how the public gets fooled, lulled, cajoled, and out and out pushed into submission!

Marlow/ editor Investors4Justice.net

[-] 1 points by BlueRose (1437) 12 years ago

REALLY? Thanks, I didn't see the link. Yeah, the trolls here just want OWS to turn away from Obama, and that's never gonna happen.

[-] 0 points by newjustice22 (49) 12 years ago

It is true look at his staff 2 plus 2 always equals 4 he is just using double speak to save his ass

[-] 1 points by ubercaput (175) from New York City, NY 12 years ago

WallSt is WallSt, don't confront their puppets.

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 12 years ago

provide summery

[-] 0 points by newjustice22 (49) 12 years ago

The problem with occupy wallstreet is that they think in 2d OWS thinks you stop wallstreet everything will be ok. Until you realize that wallstreet and government are one. Government is wallstreet muscle and wall street is the blood giving money. You want less government and regulations because that is the muscle that is use to hold the people down. Yes government and regulation are needed but the question is how much. We do need more regulations on bank and wall st the best way we can start is by putting back the laws that wall street lobbied to get rid of. Than shrink government so people can have more money and power.

[-] 0 points by fandango (241) 12 years ago

Where has he been for the last 3 years? mike, you're dummy.

[-] 0 points by NintyNiner (93) 12 years ago

If and only if!, Obummer Pledges he will get money out of Politics. Bribery is corruption! Its illegal to give money to a cop to try and get out of ticket, so why is bribery legalized for the rich?

[-] 0 points by EXPOSED (222) 12 years ago

List of persons tied to Goldman Sachs in the Obama administration:

Altman, Roger.- Berkowitz, Howard P.- Biden, Joe.- Brainard, Lael.- Buffett, Warren.- Clinton, Hillary.- Craig, Gregory. (revolving door)- Donilon, Thomas.- Dudley, William C.- Effron, Blair W.- Elmendorf, Douglas.- Emanuel, Rahm.- Farrell, Diana.- Friedman, Stephen.- Froman, Michael.- Fudge, Anne.- Furman, Jason.- Gallogy, Mark.- Geithner, Timothy.- Gensler, Gary.- Gephart, Richard (aka "DICK") A.- Greenstone, Michael (revolving door to Hamilton Project)- Hormats, Robert.- Kagan, Elena.- Kashkari, Neel.- Kornbluh, Karen.- Lew, Jabob (AKA "JACK") J.- Liddy, Edward Michael.- Lipton, David A.- Mindich, Eric.- Murphy, Phillip.- Niederauer, Duncan.- Obama, Barack H.- Orszag, Peter.- Patterson, Mark.- Perry, Richard.- Rattner, Steve.- Reischauer, Robert D.- Rivlin, Alice.- Rubin, James.- Rubin, Robert.- Sharfan, Steven.- Sperling, Gene.- Storch, Adam.- Summers, Larry.- Thain, John.- Tyson, Laura D’Andrea.

[-] 0 points by danmi (66) 12 years ago

That doughnut eating slob does not care about me, OWS and no one else, except for himself

[-] 1 points by dan1984 (108) from Cumberland, MD 12 years ago

I agree too, but leave doughnuts out of it. They are delicious.

[-] 1 points by newjustice22 (49) 12 years ago

your right about that its just so funny to see liberals admit the truth for once