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These being 🍊 and GOP reactions to deadly hurricanes/mass shooters

for PR a montage of insults from NBC

and this comment for the paper throwing in church

the scene

and after leaving early he was very pleased with himself

but for all the pats of the back, Oxfam has slapped him

death toll in PR has risen to 34 – which is still nothing to 🍊

and it took a lot of pressure to revert this treatment allowing use of food stamps for prepared meals Β – unlike the other hurricane hit states

the difference is being noted

and Wall Street needs a new pair of shoes

on the mass shooting front we have the interesting “Are you smaller than a Sandy Hook first grader” question from John Tune-R-NRA

while Dems are trying

and John Lewis

On the stolen election front

From Russia – dictators understand each other

for a laugh

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I don’t know what happened, but NEw York Post reported news on its cover today

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Seems Time Magazine had the White House gone silent as well

The good news for traders has created two distinct concerns for President Obama’s advisers. The first problem is political. For much of the year, populist revulsion at Wall Street greed has been palpable.

theΒ  NY POst article is here

I especially like this paragraph – incomplete as it is

Observers question everything from the bank’s massive pay to its uncanny ability to serve as a incubator for Washington policymakers. Goldman alumni include former Treasury Secretaries Henry Paulson and Robert Rubin, and Jon Corzine, the current New Jersey governor and former US senator.

Can we add some more “alumni”? Here’s a recent one

The Obama administration picked Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Vice Chairman Robert Hormats to be the State Department’s undersecretary for economic, energy and agricultural affairs, the White House announced Friday.

Let’s make a full list, shall we?

Meanwhile, my google search unveils pearls like this one

WASHINGTON–On May 3, 2007, Barack Obama attended an event at the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan that was not on his public schedule and is only now surfacing–a private dinner for Goldman Sachs traders with a discussion on issues moderated for the Wall Street firm by NBC’s Tom Brokaw.

Brokaw is the moderator of Tuesday’s second presidential debate between Obama and John McCain at Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn.

The dinner was not a fund-raiser for Obama,

We can spend months talking of how many ways this is wrong – or how this paragraphs contains what happened to this country in the past year

Maybe we should dub Jr.jr the Goldman Sachs CEO…

Not Your Sweetie

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