NOTE: Just watch The Obama Deception from 2009 and insert Romney into where Obama was then. Same basic puppet.

Kim Dixon
September 4, 2011

Wall Street money is heavily favoring Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in the race to unseat President Barack Obama, the latest signal of business unease with Obama’s tenure and perhaps a bet on his re-election chances.

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Romney, a co-founder of buyout firm Bain Capital, stresses his Wall Street acumen in his bid to win the Republican nomination to challenge Obama in the November 2012 election.

About a quarter of the $18 million Romney raised in the second quarter came from the financial sector, while 4.4 percent of the $48 million Obama’s campaign raised came from that group, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Employees at the five biggest U.S. banks made the list of Romney’s top 20 donors, while just Goldman Sachs made it onto Obama’s contributor roll.

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