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    ohdemvoter, Virginia mom

    It looks like Wall Street is making big visible attempts at hostile takeover of national governor's office to make a move on states ( I guess they have such a lock on DC institutions & Senators & House Representatives through lobby firms Wall Street trying for individual state to pick off one at at time )

    Ohio - Kasich will surely be a toad for Wall Street


    Carly Fiorina GOP candidate for CA US Senate

    would surely be a toad for Wall Street

    SEC Widens Probe of HP Bribery Allegations
    September 14, 2010

    Fresh off the ouster of CEO Mark Hurd for allegedly faking expense reports, Hewlett-Packard is under increasing fire for an alleged bribery scheme. HP employees are suspected of having paid alleged bribes of $11 million to secure a $44.5 million contract that ran from 2001 until 2006. Carly Fiorina ran the company for much of that time.

    AND Whitman was, is , always a toad for Wall Street

    Meg Whitman, is a former Goldman Sachs board member

    Wall Street is backing Meg Whitman in California's gubernatorial race

    According to a Bee estimate, investment banks and firms, private investors, financial advisers, venture capitalists and even the chairman of the Federal Reserve in San Francisco have poured $4.7 million into her effort, more than a fifth of total outside contributions she's received. Whitman has also given her campaign $104 million of her own money.

    People are going to decide if they want to elect someone who made her CEO name at HP laying off thousands and thousands of workers. ~ S. Barbara Boxer

    by anyname on Wed Sep 15, 2010 at 05:22:44 AM PDT

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