Original post, June 28, 2011, 2:07pm CT:
Corruption is corruption is corruption.
The Financiers Who Helped Back N.Y. Gay Marriage Campaign
Much of the attention around the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York has revolved around the back-room politicking involved: the deals, the cajoling, the organizing.
But as The New York Times reported over the weekend, a crucial fount of support came from a seemingly unusual source: Wall Street donors known in large part for conservative leanings.
According to The Times, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo sought the backing of three financiers: Paul E. Singer, the founder of Elliott Management and an ardent Republican donor; Clifford S. Asness, the head of the quant fund AQR Capital; and Daniel S. Loeb, the leader of Third Point.
This of course begs the question. Wall Street, it is said, went for Obama in 2008. No accounting was found in this article for the contributions of the more thoroughly neo-Marxist financiers on the Street, for the oxymoronic and dissociative cause of “gay marriage.”
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Update, June 30:
Paul Singer was exposed in Cliff Kincaid’s “Republicans Play into Obama’s Hands on Wall Street,” which cites the research of author, Zubi Diamond and the corruption of recent, bipartisan legislation on financial “reform.” In addition to homosexual causes, Singer is a member of the Managed Funds Association, an especially malevolent force in politics, especially in the Republican Party. The result?
Hedge funds remain unregulated and can continue to work very destructively together, shrouded in darkness, to undermine and even cripple our economy, just as they were very instrumental in the Mortgage Meltdown of 2008. Also, the Securities and Exchange Commission was removed by this legislation from the purview of Freedom of Information Act requests.
Now, how about those financiers, and the Soft War for global Marxofascism they finance? We must not allow the ethnicity of so many of them to prevent us from exposing their enmity with America. That is the subject of much of my conversation today with Rick Wiles of TruNews, broadcasting tonight at 8pm CT on World Harvest Radio and then archived at TruNews.com.