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the_truth_stinks_2 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 19, 2016 2:55 PM Member since: Dec 21, 2004
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    Brean picks

    by vsormanti Apr 18, 2016 3:40 PM
    the_truth_stinks_2 the_truth_stinks_2 Apr 19, 2016 2:55 PM Flag

    It's not a question of being off by a penny, nickel, or dime, but rather being wrong since 2014.

  • the_truth_stinks_2 the_truth_stinks_2 Feb 9, 2016 10:23 AM Flag

    What about the $600,000 from Goldman-Sachs.

    Spin city

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    OT-Clintons owned by the Banks & Wall Street

    by hangthernhigh Feb 7, 2016 10:55 AM
    the_truth_stinks_2 the_truth_stinks_2 Feb 8, 2016 8:34 AM Flag

    I wonder if CITI would give me a $2 B loan if I was broke?

  • the_truth_stinks_2 by the_truth_stinks_2 Feb 7, 2016 11:06 AM Flag

    Wall Street on Parade-1/31/16
    According to the Center for Responsive Politics, among the top five largest lifetime donors to Hillary’s campaigns, Citigroup tops the list, with three other Wall Street banks also making the cut: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley. (The monies come from employees and/or family members or PACs of the firms, not the corporation itself.)
    Hillary Clinton famously told ABC’s Diane Sawyer in 2014 that she and Bill Clinton left the White House after his second term “dead broke.” But apparently, Citigroup felt they were a good investment. According to PolitiFact, Citigroup provided a $1.995 million mortgage to allow the Clintons to buy their Washington, D.C. residence in 2000. That liability does not pop up on the Clinton disclosure documents until 2011, showing a 30-year mortgage at 5.375 percent ranging in face amount from $1 million to $5 million from CitiMortgage. The disclosure says the mortgage was taken out in 2001.
    Citigroup has also committed $5.5 million to the Clinton Global Initiative, a charity run by the Clintons. It has also paid enormous speaking fees to Bill Clinton.
    What has Citigroup gotten from its outsized support of the Clintons? Bill Clinton is the President who repealed the most important investor protection legislation of the past century, the Glass-Steagall Act, an outcome heavily lobbied for by Citigroup. Hillary Clinton has signaled to Wall Street that she will not push to have the Glass-Steagall Act restored while her leading opponent, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, vows to restore it and return sanity to America’s financial system.
    Just nine years after Bill Clinton signed this massive deregulation of Wall Street and gave Citigroup’s Sandy Weill a souvenir pen from the signing, the U.S. financial system collapsed in the greatest implosion since the Great Depression.

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