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kooldalai
There is no spoon
03:59 PM on 08/19/2011
I have already taked most of my money out of BOA and put it in a small local bank that actually gave me free gifts for opening an account, and free checking, well, now it's time to take the rest of my money out and cut all my ties with them. Their service is lousy anyway and they treat their customers badly and now they want to choose a loser to back for President! ???
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donidarko
I think we are doomed.
03:58 PM on 08/19/2011
Move that money, folks, out of Bank of America!!
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njgal4obama
All others will be towed.
03:57 PM on 08/19/2011
Haha!

BAC has become a penny stock. They can't even help themselves out!
annyp
A Canuck, eh!
03:57 PM on 08/19/2011
People should sell any stock then have in BA and drive them out of business.
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HekmagaJuximaxx
Shish Kebab, anyone?
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KingCashio
A wise man once said, "What's going on?"
03:55 PM on 08/19/2011
Bank of America is people, my friend!
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silkphoenix
To Boldly Go Where No Man Has Gone Before
03:53 PM on 08/19/2011
That's right after Bank of America announced they are going to cut 10,000 or more jobs. That proves that big corporations and bankers sure love Republicans, especially Perry, who have big donors behind him. Who cares about the middle or lower class people, let them lose their jobs!
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ReadyForMyCloseup
My epitaph should read: She Paid the Bills.
04:02 PM on 08/19/2011
You beat me to it! Heck, they may not be able to AFFORD to support Perry or anyone else, if they need to cut 10K jobs.
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demisfine
Often correct, NEVER right.
04:06 PM on 08/19/2011
10,000???
I heard 3,500.
Dang.
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Yodasworld
Political writer
03:53 PM on 08/19/2011
If it was an innocent comment, Mahoney would have at least stopped and not just whisper in Perry's ear as they passed each other. At the very least it appears to be a promise of $$$...
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HekmagaJuximaxx
Shish Kebab, anyone?
03:52 PM on 08/19/2011
I refuse to have an account at any bank with a swastika for a logo.
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ajbiggs
Semper Fidelis
03:52 PM on 08/19/2011
Bank of America has piad so many fines this year, they need to BUY someone's help. Might as well be Perry.
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03:50 PM on 08/19/2011
Yet another reason to pull any money you have in BoA and put it in your local Credit Union.
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ajbiggs
Semper Fidelis
03:50 PM on 08/19/2011
A questionable bank helping a questionable candidate.......No, no surprise there!
03:52 PM on 08/19/2011
A big gov establishment corp helping a big gov establishment candidate......Shocking, eh?
10:45 PM on 08/19/2011
not shocking at all.

Shortly after Labor Day, as polls continued to sink, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) realized it needed a cash infusion for the upcoming midterm elections. Its chairman, former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine, turned to the Bank of America to secure a $15 million revolving credit line. Then, in the middle of this month, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) got another loan from BofA for an additional $17 million.

DNC's collateral for those loans.....their mailing list.
04:04 PM on 08/19/2011
Most businesses would support the devil at this point, better than the current admin.
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BluestateGuyInTX
A Connecticut yankee in Emperor Bush's Town.
07:32 PM on 08/19/2011
Hmm. Think about what you just said. That seems to reinforce what the truly far left (not what American politicians and media talking heads call "far left" but the real thing) has been saying about business for a long time.
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shthar
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03:46 PM on 08/19/2011
This is news?

Maybe that BofA is stupid enough, or rich enough, to donate to guys who don't have a chance, just in case.