Skip to comments.Obama Bagged $18 Million In Corporate, Special Interest Cash For Second Inauguration
Posted on 04/29/2013 1:40:24 PM PDT by NoLibZone
Obamas big money corporate donors included:
AT&T--$4.6 million Microsoft--$2.1 million Boeing--$1 million Chevron--$1 million Genentech--$750,000 Deloitte--$500,000 FedEx--$500,000 Coca Cola--$430,000 Bank of America--$300,000 Xerox--$250,000 ExxonMobil--$250,000 Northrup Grumman--$100,000 Verizon--$100,000
Obama also hauled in $250,000 checks from each of the following unions: The International Association of Fire Fighters, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, and the National Education Association.
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Isn’t this the guy who said there would be no lobbyists in the White House?
The idiots that make these kind of donation decisions had better wise up or end up being the agent of their own destruction.
Obama is a Marxist fascist. His attempts to build a militant civilian army to enforce his mutated brand of Marxist/crony capitalist revolution on America is Marxist/fascist nationalism. Even more so, his love for violent authoritarian racist Islam and the Muslim Brotherhood makes him a Marxist/Islamofascist with a Nazi-like racist superiority complex!
Nope, it’s about survival. This is protection money.
He’s a lucky devil.
Yes, it’s all a racket. People blame lobbyists and corporations, but the politicians are like the mafia. If these companies don’t pay up, then politicians target them. Example, Hillary used to rant and rave about big pharma, but when they started making campaign donations to her, she stopped. Ditto for Walmart. Hillary attacked them until they put her on their board. The problem is government that is too big and too powerful.
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