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How fitting the President that has bankrupted the US is excepting the Democrap nomination in a stadium named after a bank that was in the center of the Housing crisis. The Bank of America Stadium.
 

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Double the irony is that he is accepting the nomination In B of A Stadium from a group of people who have no idea of the ties nor "donations" that he has taken from B of A because he has demonized them publicly and those people are unable / unwilling to see the true relationship.
 
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How fitting the President that has bankrupted the US is excepting the Democrap nomination in a stadium named after a bank that was in the center of the Housing crisis. The Bank of America Stadium.

Are they renaming the stadium after GW :???: The D cult is slipping with that move- unless they call it the Bush Bust Stadium ... :wink:
 

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Tam said:
How fitting the President that has bankrupted the US is excepting the Democrap nomination in a stadium named after a bank that was in the center of the Housing crisis. The Bank of America Stadium.

Are they renaming the stadium after GW :???: The D cult is slipping with that move- unless they call it the Bush Bust Stadium ... :wink:

In 31 months of Barack Obama’s presidency, according to the Treasury and CBS News, the US has added $4 trillion to its national debt.

That approaches the presidential record set by George W. Bush of $4.9 trillion, but there’s a catch to that. Bush set that record in two terms — in 96 months:

Bank of America announced Wednesday that it would take a whopping $20 billion hit to put the fallout from the subprime bust behind it and satisfy claims from angry investors. But for its peers, the settlements may just be starting.

Heavyweight investors that forced Bank of America to hand over billions to cover the cost of home loans that later defaulted are now setting their sights on companies like JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo, raising the prospect of more multibillion-dollar deals.

“Bank of America has charted a path that our clients expect other banks will follow,” said Kathy D. Patrick, the lawyer who represented BlackRock, Pimco, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and 19 other investors who hold the soured mortgage securities assembled by the Bank of America.

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OT, by the "Bush Bust", are you referring to the severe recession that was set up by long-term Democrat polices that finally came to a head during Bush's presidency?
 

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