Friday, January 15, 2016

Anti-Wall Street Rhetoric Is A Game

Clinton, Bush, and even Cruz, each receiving massive financial support from Wall Street, may use Anti-Wall Street rhetoric to sway votes, but it finally appears that the public is catching on to the game this time around. One cannot be "Anti-Wall Street" while accepting funds from them to reach public office. Cruz's wife Heidi, a managing director at Goldman Sachs, likely has taken leave to play the appearances game for the Presidential campaign. This coincidence will not be ignored by Trump.

Headline: Anti-Wall Street Sentiment Breaks by Party Line in Iowa Poll

There's a reason Democratic presidential front-runners Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders continually bash the financial industry: “Anti-Wall Street” and “socialist” are each chosen by more than 40 percent of those planning to attend their party's Iowa caucuses as words or phrases that describe them well.



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