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The corporate greedmeisters sending jobs abroad are the same ones that brought us NAFTA, covertly support illegal immigration, and support policies that make it impossible for a lot Mexicans to support their families without crossing the border and sending money home.
In HBO's "Barbarians," Kravis's gilt-encrusted digs and original Monet stun even greedmeisters like RJR's former president F. Ross Johnson.
These non-profits can do a better job of offering mortgages than greedmeisters like Countrywide.
Elections are coming, soon, and there's got to be enough room for all of you all greedmeisters. scooder: Keep digging that hole, GOP.
Things could look very different in the run up to the mid term elections in 2010 given the hard realities about how we will thread our way through the mortgage messes that some Democratic Members of Congress, the Carter and Clinton Administrations, greedmeisters at FannieMae, Freddie Mac on Wall Street and the banking community had a hand in creating that defeated McCain last night.
Insane corporate greed just rolls on… The GOP greedmeisters just don’t seem to care that they have been soundly rejected by American voters in an election several days.