Goldman Sachs’ $1 Million Man: Mitt Romney’s Ties To A ‘Toxic And Destructive’ Bank

 I was reading this and wondering if Americans even care. I was thinking about troll Newt Gingrich and his campaign being funded by the Las Vegas billionaire Jew Sheldon Adelson. As president Gingrich would then be owned by that Las Vegas Jew who is pals with Israeli prime minister Bibi Netanyahu. Indeed, let's just eliminate the middle men why not! Harry Truman was bribed by Zionist Jews, he won the presidency and they won their own Satanic private Idaho, called Israel, in Palestine.  (oh, I know, if not Truman they would have bribed someone else. Bribery, assassinations, false flags and holohoaxes... they get what they want, Americans tend to regard them as "winners"). The Palestinians got genocide and the world is soon to get WW3. These Jews and their Jewish state have been some kind of treat. Israel being, of course, a Rothschild puppet state. But maybe Americans think that's ok too. 'Israel, aren't they our ally? Israel is a democracy. Rothschild, don't they make fine wine?' 
Americans need to do their homework.The most dangerous, Satanic people in the world are destroying America from within.
Republican presidential primary frontrunner Mitt Romney (R) is taking a break from the campaign trail a day after finishing third in the Alabama and Mississippi primaries, stopping in New York City for multiple fundraisers and a visit with campaign surrogate Donald Trump. Romney will attend three fundraisers and haul in an expected $2 million this week, bolstering a fundraising total that has already made him Wall Street’s favorite candidate.
More than any other institution on Wall Street, Romney has ties to Goldman Sachs, the firm that was slammed in a New York Times editorial this morning by a resigning executive director who decried the firm’s “toxic and destructive” culture. Romney and his wife, Ann, have investments in almost three-dozen Goldman Sachs funds valued between $17.7 million and $50.5 million, according to his personal financial disclosure forms.
No Wall Street bank has been as generous to Romney’s campaign, his leadership PAC, and the super PAC that backs him as Goldman. According to an analysis of Federal Election Commission reports, Goldman Sachs employees have given the Romney campaign more than $427,000 during the 2012 cycle, nearly twice as much as he has received from any other major Wall Street bank (Citigroup employees have given roughly $274,000 to Romney, the second-largest amount). According to, total contributions to Romney from Goldman Sachs, its employees, and their immediate family members totals more than $521,000.
The Free And Strong America Leadership PAC, which is affiliated with the Romney campaign, has received $30,000 from Goldman Sachs employees during the 2012 cycle. Goldman employees and their spouses, meanwhile, have given $670,000 to Restore Our Future, the super PAC backing Romney.
After making billions of dollars in the run-up to the financial collapse of 2008, Goldman Sachs benefited from a federal bailout that saved Wall Street banks. The company, like other Wall Street firms, stood opposed to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act that was signed into law in 2010 and also fought regulations in contained, such as the Volcker Rule, which would prevent proprietary trading that made the bank billions but left taxpayers on the hook when it nearly collapsed. Romney has rarely missed a chance to tout his opposition to the law on the campaign trail, announcing that he’d repeal it even before he read it.

Romney pretends he doesn't know about NDAA, says he would post an analysis on his website (which he never did), and then war mongers in order to scare clueless Americans into giving up their civil liberties to big government.

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