GOP info-graphic on Obama’s Energy insider deals

click here to see full size poster

Post to Twitter Post to Facebook Post to LinkedIn Post to Reddit

Posted by at 11:00 | Posted in President Obama | 49 Comments |Email This Post Email This Post |Print This Post Print This Post
  • Perle37

    GOP Obama Inside trader deals are you mad? Because they were not inside the GOP? trader deals 

    • valley person

       Are you implying that Dick Cheney met in secret with the major fossil fuel energy companies to craft policies that would benefit them? How dare you!

      • guest

        Soros you ignoramus your own party animals. 

  • Rupert in Springfield

    Democrats got more money from Wall Street than anyone.  Democrat policies favour big business over small business. GM and Chrysler got a bailout, if you own a small business, you got measure 67.

    Ever wonder why big business supported Obamacare? Ever wonder why McDonalds and the unions got an exemption?

    Answer, big business and the left go way back. Try about 80 years back and you will figure it out. It’s called the middle path. There is a reason Mussolini was considered a brilliant intellectual  by the left.

    A lot of people make the mistake of thinking BO is anti business. He isn’t. He is anti small business.

    If you don’t think that’s true look at what you got as a small business. If your health care is like mine, it went up. Yep, it was something like $30 – $40 a month thanks to Obamacare. Go low, call it $20 a month. That’s $240 a year. Tack on another $200 a year thanks to measure 67 and pretty soon you see how these guys really screwed you.

    Oh, and before Democrats start saying “stop whining about $30-$40 a month”…watch out, you will sink yourself real quick on that one. See if you can figure it out. I doubt you can.

    • 3H

      Democrats got more money from Wall Street than anyone.

      According to Open Secrets, in the 2011-2012 election cycle, Republican have received more money from the Financial/Insurance/Real Estate sector.

      Even Goldman-Sachs is giving more to Republicans overall than they do to Democrats. 

      And, historically, at least since the 1996, and with the exception of 2008, the financial sector has given more money to Republicans. 

      What figures do you have?  Do they show a different trend?

      Extractive industries tend to give to Republicans, while Communication companies tend to give to Democrats.  Focusing on only one sector is ignoring the whole picture, and even when you focused on Wall Street, you pretty much got it wrong.

      Both parties are bought and paid for Rupert.  It’s not big business Democrats against small business Republicans.  The numbers just don’t go that way. 

    • 3H

      By the way, the bailouts of both GM and Chrysler were approved by George W. Bush.  Last I checked, he was, and is, a Republican. 

      Obama did extend and increase the amounts loaned.  However, it is incomplete and incorrect to lay it solely at Obama’s feet by innuendo and omission.   

      • valley person

         Cue Rupert to admit he was wrong yet again.

        • Ramalama

          Don’t hold your breath.

  • Bob Clark

    Obama truly is an abomination when it comes to spending federal monies.

    • Ramalama

      How about Ronald Reagan, who increased the federal debt at a rate far higher than any other President in the last 60 years?

      • Nodnedlaw

         Reagan’s dollar amounts do not hold a candle to Obama’s.

        • Ramalama

          Look at the percentage increases. No other President in my lifetime holds a candle to Reagan.

          And look at what Bush did. The federal government was very near eliminating deficits when he came into office, and he quickly turned us around to having large deficits. 

          Where were the “conservatives” when Dick Cheney was saying “deficits don’t matter.”?

    • valley person

       How can he spend what Congress fails to allocate Bob?

  • Perle37

    Lets see Secretary of the Treasury Paulson proposed the bail out of the housing industry. Then the Senate added the Banking industries and then Bush signed it. The House and the Senate were overwelmingly Democratic then. So, Who really is responsible for the bailout? Had Bush vetoed it it would have been sent back to the Senate and passed anyway. 

    • 3H

      When Bush signed the bill, the Senate was split 51 to 49 in favor of the Democrats. The Senate was not overwhelmingly Democratic, and if he had vetoed the bill I doubt there were the votes to over-ride.

      • valley person

         The real question is why would Bush veto his own bailout bill?

        • Ramalama

          Come on, VP, don’t confuse these people with facts and reasoning. They believe what they believe because they believe it, and no facts or well-reasoned arguments are going to change that.

  • Perle37

    Lets see Regan what ever it maters raised the debt 14.8%, Bush rasied the debt 8.7%,Clinton cut the debt -16.3%, Bush raised the debt 21%, and the Socialist Communist in office now rasied the debt 23.5% so far. Possibly more if he get the leming socialist to follow his lead into oblivian. If you think you can aford that then be my guest reelect a Communist.

  • Pingback: Blue Coaster33()

  • Pingback: streaming movies()

  • Pingback: watch movies online free()

  • Pingback: watch free movies online()

  • Pingback: water ionizer()

  • Pingback: alkaline water()

  • Pingback: How to use Viber in UAE 2015()

  • Pingback: best online casinos()

  • Pingback: Business DIRECTV()

  • Pingback: parking()

  • Pingback: nu()

  • Pingback: youporn()

  • Pingback: stop parking()

  • Pingback: laan her og nu()

  • Pingback: alkaline water machine()

  • Pingback: alkaline water brands()

  • Pingback: water ionizer loans()

  • Pingback: electrical tools home depot()

  • Pingback: electrician union hall()

  • Pingback: car locksmith miami()

  • Pingback: my response()

  • Pingback: house blue()

  • Pingback: auto electrician basics()

  • Pingback: HD Coloring Pages()

  • Pingback: payment plan()

  • Pingback: water ionizer()

  • Pingback: pay per day loan plans()

  • Pingback: water ionizer loans()

  • Pingback: view more()

  • Pingback: read more()

  • Pingback: this post()

Stay Tuned...

Stay up to date with the latest political news and commentary from Oregon Catalyst through daily email updates:

Prefer another subscription option? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, become a fan on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

Twitter Facebook

No Thanks (close this box)