The Wall Street bankers have their guy picked out.
I wouldn’t read too much into this.
Wall Street tends to support the party or people that are in best position to help them.
That’s all this means.
>Jamie Dimon, a JP Morgan CEO and once financial supporter of President Obama, has allegedly defected to the Mitt Romney camp.
isn’t that racist?
A rat’s tail helps him maintain balance as he jumps from one sinking ship to another.
Wall Street people usually support a candidate who (1) they think has good chance of winning and (2) will not bite them once he/she gets elected. They failed to follow their own counsel in 2008. I don’t think it has anything to do with being RINO or not. I somehow doubt Palin, Cain or any candidate would decline any support from them.
“Jamie Dimon, a JP Morgan CEO and once financial supporter of President Obama, has allegedly defected to the Mitt Romney camp. “
I don’t think I would call this a “defection”...enlightenment would probably be a better word.
Romney is definitely the “acceptable” alternative to Obama in NYC, from financiers on down.
It’s just a small indication that “the fix is in” and the GOP/RINOs are doing all they can to bolster their “boy’s” selection process.
Even Democrat supporters are already “greasing the political wheels” in advance of awaiting their favors from the “anointed” GOP member’s club.
The GOP establishment will do everything in their power to place Romney into the presidential office. After all...he is a lifetime member of “the good ole boys” club.
How could he defect when they are on the same side?
Mr. Dimon can expect a visit from the IRS shortly.