Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Friday, August 10, 2012

Bob Porker

Here he is lying to you with a straight face. He is using buzzwords, invoking the Founders, the word success, American dream yada, yada, yada. Another six years of this makes my stomach churn. That's why I'm voting for Dr. Shaun Crowell, libertarian for US Senate in November. Laugh all you want, but I'm done with these people. I might be one of the few, but at least I can be one of the proud.

From Open Secrets, we find his #1 contributor are the employees of JP Morgan. Yes, that happy little band that we learned so much about in our Wall Street series. How they set up the Soviet Union for the purposes of controlling a command economy, and how they funded FDR to do similarly in the United States. This sounds outlandish to those who have not studied the actual history down to the State Department cables, wire transfer receipts and the private correspondence of that era. But it's what is actually going on.

To bring it up to date, JP Morgan is the bank that runs the nation's Food Stamp Program. They are a government contractor. When someone gets on the dole, JP Morgan benefits. Congress appropriates more money to the food stamp program paid for by the fiat money of the Federal Reserve System.

So as not to infringe on his copyrighted website here is the main point in 200 words or less:

Bob graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1974 with a degree in Industrial Management, and after working four years as a construction superintendent, he started his own construction company with $8,000. The company grew as it quickly gained a reputation for meeting deadlines on time and under budget and eventually expanded to operations in 18 states. Over time, Bob’s business interests evolved to acquiring and developing commercial real estate.
Let's look and see how much the purchasing power of $8000 was in 1978.


Yeah, I could probably start my own business with thirty grand too. Big deal. But don't you love it how he makes it sound like with some magic bean money and sweat, he became a real estate mogul. The rest of his bio goes on to proudly state how he worked to get public-private partnerships aka FASCISM. He brags about working as TN Commissioner of Finance and Administration (but he doesn't mention Sundquist's name, because the man is so hated he's had to exile himself). 

The American Dream by my definition is not owning your own house (for most mortgaged forever) or your own business, it's about living free, even if that's in a cardboard box. Hearing this man boast about the free market while doing the bidding of the backers of communism makes me sick to my stomach. Either he's totally ignorant, naive, corrupt, or down with it all. It could very well be a combination of all the above.


  1. For clarification and in regards to your comparison charts in the previous post comparing the top contributors to the Obama and Romney campaigns: your chart for Obama is from the 2008 elections, not the 2012 elections.
    This is the 2012 contributions to the Obama campaign:

    Further compare the banking industry's donations to the candidates:

    1. Thanks for the info. Looks like the gamesters of Triskelion: Earth have switched to a different thrall.

  2. It all boils down to the fact that the bankers and Wall Street Oligarchs don't like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

    1. Haven't they purchased that yet? That's what they do when they don't like something-buy it up and make it work for them.

  3. Not yet. But they usually do get their filthy hands on it. It's only a matter of time. Both parties are bought off by Wall Street, the bankers, coal and the oil cartels and a few others. They are all puppets for these cartels. I think your quote to the side by John F. Hylan, NYC mayor in 1922 pretty much says it all. And that was 90 years ago.


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