Hillary Rodham Clinton's economic agenda targets companies that focus on short-term profits and high-speed trading instead of investing in workers. The Democratic presidential candidate's finance operation is going after their executives for another purpose — donations.A day after proposing higher capital gains taxes on short-term investors, Clinton raised at least $450,000 Tuesday night at the Chicago home of Raj Fernando, a longtime donor. His firm, Chopper Trading, specializes in high-frequency transactions and was recently purchased by Chicago-based competitor DRW.Clinton's son-in-law the hedge fund manager approves of her fight against Wall Street.And of course Hillary's credo is "lead by example!"
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Hillary's campaign focused on bringing down Wall Street by accepting as much of their money as possible
**Written by Doug PowersHypocrisy, "for the children":