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  • Strictly Business: Forty Years of Mogul Turpitude on Film Everett Collection 'The Social Network' 2010 During the Depression, business people were portrayed as fat-cat plutocrats, and in movies like Frank Capra's "You Can't Take It With You" and "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town," they were often set straight about what truly matters in life—and it's not money.

    Hollywood's Favorite Villain

  • Wall Street leaders know that despite the public chastising and name-calling ( "fat-cat bankers," etc.), and July's signing into law of the Dodd – Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, they've benefited disproportionately from Mr. Obama's policies.

    Wall Street Still Doesn't Love the GOP

  • Produced by the Workers Film and Photo League, an offshoot of a German-Russian left-wing group, it's a piece of agit-prop, complete with heroic labor, fat-cat capitalists and towering statistics with exclamation marks.

    The Working Class Revealed

  • Having agreed on that it does seem reasonable that greedy fat-cat private workers should not be allowed to steal, for that is what it is, future income from the mouths of poor people who have only the state pension to rely on.

    Government to Introduce Retrospective Pension Law

  • Bureaucrats who protect unsavory types or lead fat-cat lifestyles disgust the public.

    Tom Doctoroff: China's Communist Party: Not Losing Control

  • The central problem appears to be that Obama Administration continues to see the mortgage and foreclosure crises primarily through the eyes of the banks -- not through the eyes of the regular people who became their victims, or even the taxpayers who bailed out the very fat-cat bankers who are now back to their tricks.

    FDIC Called On To Put Bank Of America Into Receivership

  • On Tuesday, President Obama once again blamed the lack of progress on the budget deficit on Republicans' refusal to raise taxes on their fat-cat friends and donors—the much-maligned 1%.

    The Millionaire Subsidy Elimination Act

  • How long are we going to continue to allow the idiots we've elected to do whatever they please - or better yet, what the fat-cat lobbyists and big-business tell them to do?

    McConnell: Public option a nonstarter for Senate Republicans

  • It exposed Walker as almost a 19th century figure, nodding along as a fake fat-cat donor chortled about crushing unions, through violence if necessary.

    Madison police chief finds Scott Walker's comments about protestors "disturbing"

  • And many of them thought they were seeing a distressing concurrent increase in feline diabetes among their fat-cat patients.

    Pet Talk: Fat cats indeed are developing diabetes

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