U.S. Chamber of Commerce Head Fearful of Inability To Influence Donald Trump…

There is a myriad of entities, self-interests and parasitic entities who corrupt the entire U.S. body politic.  However, at the epicenter of all of them is one man, Tom Donohue, the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.  The Coc is the legislative influencing firm behind all of the crony capitalistic and Wall Street schemes.

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In a recent article, Donohue steps out from behind the mahogany door and decries the frontrunner of the presidential race.

(Via Wall Street Journal) The head of the nation’s biggest business lobby inveighed against presidential candidates singling out immigrants, ethnic or religious groups, highlighting divisions among supporters of the Republican establishment and the party’s leading candidate Donald Trump.

“There are the voices, sometimes very loud voices, who talk about walling off America from talent and trade and who are attacking whole groups of people based not on their conduct but on their ethnicity or religion,” Thomas Donohue, president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, said in a speech on Thursday. “This is morally wrong and politically stupid.” (link)

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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is not even remotely similar to the local Chambers’ of Commerce that most people might be familiar with.  The U.S. CoC sets the legislative priorities for congress and tells Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan what to do.

At the very heart of our nation’s political strife you will find the U.S. CoC’s legislative priorities which are antithetical to American Values and American Interests.  The CoC is looking out for international corporations and the upper echelon of Wall Street interests.

It is from the U.S. CoC you find the demand for:  Retention of ObamaCare, implementation of Federal Common Core education standards; advancement of Trans-Pacific Trade Deal; and Comprehensive Immigration Reform to include amnesty.

Tom Donohue spends unlimited money to protect the corporate interests of his group.  It is Donohue’s team who negotiate the details, write the laws, and place their thumbs on the scales of benefit, always looking out for their own globalist best interests:

Barack Obama, Julian Castro, Thomas Donohue, William Bratton

[…]  When asked if the comments were specifically about Mr. Trump, Mr. Donohue said they applied to any one of the candidates from the right who “stepped over the boundary” on issues such as immigration and trade.

“They lost track of who we are and what we stand for and how we fix this economy,” he said.

But the remarks closely echo similar comments from South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and other Republicans who have pushed back against of Mr. Trump’s policy prescriptions on immigration and security.

Mr. Donohue and the chamber typically stay out of presidential elections but often weigh in on behalf of Republican candidates in other races. One of the group’s top priorities this year is maintaining what it calls a “pro-growth majority” in the Senate–in other words, retaining GOP control. Already last July, it had started running ads in support of four Republicans seeking to keep or win Senate seats.

Indeed, Mr. Donohue was critical of the Obama administration and Democrats who want to “double down” on spending, entitlement, tax and regulatory policies that the Chamber believes are holding back the economy.

But the presidential race, and much of the rhetoric emanating from it, have clearly given businesses pause. Mr. Donohue called the unfolding election “damn serious and sometimes a little scary.”  (more)

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Tom Donohue is exceptionally fearful of Donald Trump, a candidate they cannot control, carrying a mandate and America-first set of priorities he cannot influence.

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump hugs a U.S. flag as he takes the stage for a campaign town hall meeting in Derry

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163 Responses to U.S. Chamber of Commerce Head Fearful of Inability To Influence Donald Trump…

  1. Crassus says:

    Tom Donohue is an old union thug who brought AFL-CIO tactics to a once reputable organization.

    Liked by 16 people

    • phil fan says:

      Donohue and his CoC ilk are having a lot less success pushing around independent Trump and us, his supporters, than he did riding union workers. This is the big leagues Tom and you are Fired.

      Liked by 3 people

      • lou Ann Watson says:

        i sincerely hope that if trump is elected, many of donohue’s ilk will resign their positions. we a need a severe purge of our government institutions as well as the lobbying groups that cajole them with graft

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  2. dondeg says:

    OMG! These are the lizard people of the NWO!! I only half jest!

    Liked by 11 people

  3. Concerned says:

    “talent and trade” is as dishonest as “three year old orphans”. These people are SO corrupt! They know they’re lying, they are deliberately attempting to brainwash the public. We are not stupid.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. The Boss says:

    Donohue may not find himself very welcome anywhere once his “Americans be damned” attitudes are fully understood. No wonder he finds things ‘scary’.

    Liked by 11 people

  5. When did CoC become a four letter word? If they didn’t write and state their policies, I’d think it was a tin hat conspiracy but good grief. Who would have thought that Tom Donohue, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell would be the enemies within.

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    • cwf60 says:

      We are fortunate that the enemies within are beginning to come out of the darkness. Their arrogance is something to witness and validating the evil they represent. They can not intimidate and scare the people any longer and will be rendered impotent when President Trump takes the oath of office. Better late than never. GO TRUMP! 2016

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  6. PatriotGalNC says:

    Behold, another TRAITOR to We The People. Mr. Donahue will wish he was never born, when We The People get through with him and every other enemy within our own gates. May KARMA haul him up and dispense its perfect justice, in every way.

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    • USA Patriot says:

      Tom Donahue — “walling off America from talent and trade” — change “walling off” to “selling out” and that is the GOPe and their media Talk Pundit allies. Traitors all, including most of Talk radio. Tom Donahue is the head of the traitor snake and remember his name like you “Remember Mississippi. Thommy is an Anti-American globalist corruption galore.

      And Thommy, Nikki, the UniParty and most the GOPe big money talking heads hate Trump because he loves America and its working people.

      Donald please save us from this gang of traitors; George Washington would be proud of you.

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  7. sundance says:

    Senator Thune (McConnells body man) clutches his pearls. How dare you call us “the establishment”…

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  8. Doodahdaze says:

    Trump threatens the Graft Flow.

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  9. stringy theory says:

    Hey Donohue, you should be scared, very scared. You and your other elite pals are headed out the door in the Trump administration. Ha ha ha ha ha!

    Liked by 8 people

  10. sundance says:

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    • Trumpstumper says:

      Damn the torpedoes – we have not yet begun to get loud!

      Liked by 6 people

      • KBR says:

        Why look at all those happy and delighted faces!
        How exited they all seem to realize that a Republican candidate is likely to win the election in a landslide!
        (Who is the guy behind Mitch, is he checking to see if anything is left down there?)

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      • Christopher Johnson says:

        The funny thing is that Trump doesn’t NEED a congressional vote to ban Muslims. Per the laws, the number and variety of immigrants allowed is at the discretion of President.

        Similarly, the law has already been passed authorizing the funds for the Border Wall. Its just never been seriously built. All Trump has to do is come in under budget and there’s literally nothing Congress can do about it.

        Same goes for kicking out all the illegals. The laws are already on the books, they’re just not being enforced. Put the right people in charge of ICE and its a done deal.

        Cancelling every last Obama executive order and action is the stroke of a pen. No congress needed.

        An interesting question I have as well is… just because Congress appropriates the money, is the Executive Branch required to SPEND it? If not, Trump could just sign an executive order demanding that some, most or all of the various organizations under the Executive Branch (i.e. virtually all of them) come in say 10% under budget or face penalties for violating the executive order.

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        • parteagirl says:

          Correct me if I’m wrong, anyone, but I think the wall was defunded in the Omnibus a few weeks ago. No sweat, though. Mexico’s going to pay for it when Donald is Prez.

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    • El Torito says:

      There will be…McCornHole… There wil be…

      Liked by 4 people

    • lecombatblog says:

      Gutless wonders of the senate.

      Liked by 7 people

    • MissV says:

      We shall see, Mr. McConnell

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    • Betty says:

      Is it not wonderful how irrelevant those three are?

      Liked by 5 people

      • Kaiser Roll says:

        Mitch McConnell and John Cornyn were up for re-election in 2014. They both received strong primary challengers.

        Ted Cruz backed the incumbents.

        The Canadian goose’s anti-establishment shtick is Kabuki theater.

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    • KBR says:

      “Ryan told reporters that he and other leaders would back the eventual Republican nominee, even if Trump wins.
      “We’re going to support whoever our nominee is. You know why? Because it’s the Republican primary voter who makes that decision and that’s who we respect,” he said.

      Paul Ryan, yes, you had best support Trump. He is OUR choice and you are OUR servant.
      Do you know what happens to servants who get too uppity?

      Clutch your pearls Ryan, clutch your pearls. Yep, Pauly boy, you have shown us nothing but respect, right? /sarc/

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      • KBR says:

        Mitch said “I’ve tried to avoid turning the Senate into a studio for the presidential campaign…”

        Mitch, you didn’t mind making a great big studio out of it with national news when Trump said we should put a temporary moratorium on Muslims entering the US.

        Did you attend the “Trump is disqualified party”? I’ll bet you were there with bells on.

        We’ll hang on to your “bells” Mitch, cause we won’t be forgetting a thing!

        And every person who said anything during that time and the giddy reporter and CBS will feel the pain coming from the largest group of angry citizens ever assembled together across this nation behind one candidate!

        Stop acting like asses before you get seriously damaged by a real elephant! Your angry constituents!

        http://www.cbsnews.com/media/no-love-for-donald-trump-after-proposed-muslim-ban/2/

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    • oldschool64 says:

      Not only will you support it Mitch, you’ll openly support it while saying “thank you Mr. Trump, may I have another?”

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    • Notmeagain says:

      Apparently he is not totally devoid of reason.

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  11. “Tom Donohue is exceptionally fearful of Donald Trump…”

    GOOD!!! The more Donohue fears Mr.Trump,the better off all of us patriotic Americans will be in the long run.

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Pinkie says:

    Donohue looks like a thinner and shorter version of Tip O’Neill

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  13. sundance says:

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    • Wow that video is great! That shows he has been the real deal the whole time. This guy will unite the country. That I can tell you!

      Liked by 7 people

      • Trump describes himself as what I’ve heard him called, “The Blue Collar Billionaire”

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        • parteagirl says:

          Yes! I’ve heard that he’s so fascinated with the construction of a project that he checks up on things at every stage: the pouring of the foundation, the framing, the electrical and plumbing- and that he loves talking to the all the crew members. I love that Trump continues to love to learn. And he learns fast!

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    • R-C says:

      And it is US who still love Donald–the ‘regular guys and gals’ who work for a living–WE are Trump’s strongest supporters. We will not be swayed by the pronouncements of the ultimate ‘behind-closed-doors’ power broker, Tom Donohue, who clearly doesn’t have Americans’ best interests in mind.

      Mr. Donohue will be shaken to his core, as he should be. Donohue seems to be sensing this. GOOD. Soon, he will be holding the puppet strings of a bunch of neutered, powerless republicants. Too bad, so sad.

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    • NCPatrick says:

      Yes, and he’s not just saying that, even all those years ago. I’ve posted before the walking interview Sean Hannity did with DJT shortly after he announced. They strolled out of Trump Towers onto the city street, and Trump was inundated with smiling construction workers in hard hats, cab drivers honking hello, hotel workers, everyday people running up to wish him well.

      That image has stuck with me … he was talking to Hannity, but meantime thanked each of them, shook their hands, smiled. I can’t picture any of the other candidates drawing a crowd on the street the way Mr. Trump can do it.

      It’s interesting how a billionaire can move so comfortably among the “regular” people, but we know it and we can feel it, and we will follow him anywhere.

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      • lecombatblog says:

        Trump’s father showed him how. Approachable is something Trump is. He means what he says & this goes a very long way in politics. Having been a political junkie since my late teens.

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  14. Pretty funny, where have I heard something said very similar….hmmm, oh that’s right at the SOTU from POtuS AND Nikki Haley AND a couple of media pundits too. That’s so strange it’s almost like…Almost like…ALL 3 groups are all working together with the same line of attack against the front running republican candidate. But why would They do that you ask…idk I guess they feel someone is a major threat to the elites and special interests.

    It tells you loud and clear he is the only one to vote for people.

    Another Great Robert Davi Interview on Fox Business…hope this works!

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/video/robert-davi-donald-trump-last-130449974.html

    Liked by 11 people

    • grainofsalt says:

      Fox has definitely become CNN and MSNBC. Without the fox logo I wouldn’t know the difference. Can’t stand those two males. As usual Robert Davi was very good.

      Liked by 2 people

  15. DrPretorius says:

    Derogatory statements like “…attacking people based on ethnicity and religion…” and “…its not who we are…” have become the new dog whistles for rousting out NWO scumbags on the left and right. TRUMP 2016

    Liked by 13 people

    • It’s just another bit of Cultural Marxism, and an attempt to shame others into a more repressed state of being.

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    • Josie says:

      Funny… I feel attacked for my religion and ethnicity. I’m white and Christian. Thank God I’m not male or I’d really be in trouble.

      Liked by 20 people

    • R-C says:

      If I hear another Open Borders, Amnesty-loving jack-hole preaching, “…It’s Not Who We Are…”, I think I’ll scream.

      I will not be lectured to by a passel of idiots who clearly lie when they mouth their Oaths of Office. The US Constitution means nothing to these…ahem, politicians (the word is dripping with derision).

      These puppets have no idea “who we are”. They’ve forgotten “who we are”; that memory was obscured by the big money that manipulators like Tom Donohue shovel into their pockets. They betray us all for their pathetic pockets-full of silver.

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      • stringy theory says:

        R-C, great comment and great description of what we are facing in the Congress–traitors all with a hand full (literally speaking) of exceptions.

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      • fred says:

        How about Jesus was a refugee or it’s not ours to judge only help the cold and hungry. Barf as the Christian charities rake in millions on relocation of Muslims not other Christians from the ME who are the ones who need it most. These are old time hustles and easily spotted except by stupid liberals who feel better. Remember Tammy Faye. Save the children and orphans and widows. I laugh at them but it’s not funny to people right up the street from here in San Bernadino.

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        • John Denney says:

          Funny how separation of Church and State is not an issue when they want more of our money to squander on social services.
          We get accused of being hard hearted, of ignoring cold, hungry, uneducated children, yet our tax dollars that eventually go where needed get stripped of the love of Christ.
          If their hearts were really in the right place, they would agree that charity should not be a tax deduction, but a tax credit, and time spent on charity accounted for as a donation at minimum wage (at least) as a tax credit.

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      • mariner says:

        If I hear another Open Borders, Amnesty-loving jack-hole preaching, “…It’s Not Who We Are…”, I think I’ll scream.

        Why? They’re just being honest. It’s not who THEY are.

        And they are not us.

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  16. Suzanne says:

    I clicked on the embedded link and almost spewed my Turmeric and Ginger tea all over the screen when I read McMorris Rogers comment about how the GOPe can use the power of the purse to reign in the Communist in chief…. this is said in all seriousness… what two weeks after Traitor Ryan slammed through the omnibus giving the dims everything on their wish list… so much that Schumer was laughing? They’re all effing liars and thieves… every one of them except Sessions who is the only one of the entire bunch who stands for us every time. SPIT

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  17. lecombatblog says:

    I’m glad their terrified. Just proves that Trump is the man to be our next president.🇺🇸

    President Trump! I really like the sound of that.

    Liked by 15 people

  18. Betty says:

    My heart almost faints away when I think of what our future president will have to face tonight. Please join me in holding him (defending him?) in (with) prayer all during the debate.

    Liked by 14 people

    • El Torito says:

      I really think Cruz will take the worst of it. He’s a strong 2nd place and a firewall for Trump at this point. The rest of the pack are figuring out that they can’t affect first place from 3rd 4th 5th place. All Trump has to do is not err.

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      • Kaiser Roll says:

        Wins in IA and NH will mean plenty of bandwagon effect for SC and NV.

        The D-MC and GOPe will be playing up the 2nd place finisher in New Hampshire, they might even amp up the 3rd place finisher.

        Quite a fall for the side that declared Ron Paul DOA for his 2nd place NH finish.

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    • hocuspocus13 says:

      Prayers…yes

      But the man has a mean right hook a real knock out 🇺🇸

      Liked by 1 person

  19. Kaiser Roll says:

    Twitter followers (Note: TWTR stock price in the hole)

    Donald Trump 5.68 million
    John Ellis, 4th Baron Bush 420,000
    Rafael E. Cruz 710,000
    Ben Carson 1.09 million
    Marco Rubio 1.06 million

    Kids table

    Rand Paul 764,000
    Carly Fiorina 647,000
    John Kasich 149,000
    Mike Huckabee 434,000
    Dan Civilized’s mortal enemy 252,000
    Fatboy 79,600

    Hillary Clinton 5.12 million
    Bernie Sanders 1.14 million
    BHO 68.4 million

    Trump exceeds the combined followers total of all other GOP candidates. Of course many follow multiple candidates.

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  20. Tampa2 says:

    Unprincipled much, Mr. Donohue? CoC? This is “white collar” treason.

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  21. jeans2nd says:

    …inveighed against presidential candidates singling out immigrants
    Coc first big mistake. We are not a nation of immigrants, we are a nation of citizens.
    …walling off America from talent and trade and who are attacking whole groups of people…
    Wrong again. We are united in our support for the whole group of American citizens.
    ““This is morally wrong and politically stupid.”” Wrong and stupid to support American citizens? Perhaps in his world, not mine.

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  22. Kaiser Roll says:

    Facebook likes

    Donald Trump 5.29 million
    Ted Cruz 1.78 million
    Marco WWIII 1.18 million
    !JEB! 312,000
    Rand Paul 2.1 million
    Failed Tech CEO 540,000
    Chris Christie 144,000
    John Kasich 155,000

    Hillary 2.2 million
    BHO 46 million

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  23. How do you post a video as a video and not just a link?

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  24. Karl Schade says:

    Pray that Mr. Trump lives long enough to become President Trump, and lives a long time.

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    • lecombatblog says:

      There’s stories about that & stories that suggest video of these globalists will be released if an attempt is made. Think of Snowdon but on a greater scale in terms of putting these elites on notice.

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  25. MissV says:

    Sickening. How do we the folks bring down Donahue and the CofC?

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    • El Torito says:

      We vote for Trump.

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      • MissV says:

        Well, yes, that is step one. I’m thinking of what a behemoth it is and while I’m at it, it’s a nine-headed Medusa with all the snakes coming out and when you cut off one snake it creates a dozen more.

        What politicians does the CofC not control? What big businesses do not operate under its umbrella? And what are the connections?

        It would be worth the trouble just to find out that information and then link it to each of the candidates.

        Boycotts? It seems pretty lame.

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    • Kaiser Roll says:

      NUMBERS USA

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    • USA Patriot says:

      Prosecute them for bribery against USA Donald. Put the fear in them now and these cowards will stop pronto.

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    • imreek says:

      1.st thing is that big business is essentially amoral. It almost has to be that way. They exist to make money. When the environment changes, they compete to change more effectively than the competition. It is what it is. SO – change the environment to change business. Change tax laws. Change deferred compensation laws to favor retirement accounts over current income. Change executive compensation laws to favor long term corporate growth over ‘this financial quarter’. Change offshore profit repatriation laws. Change free trade laws. The CofC is the tail, not the head. What must be changed is what politicians get money to do. Politicians are also mostly amoral. The question is how does one get the voters to pay attention to the monetary forces on their ‘leaders’? How much does congressman X get directly and indirectly? From who? What did they want? These questions are the ones currently not being asked. And when they are asked the citizens don’t pay attention until a crisis. CofC? How about the energy lobby? Banks and finance? Drugs and medical? Insurance? Military equipment? Education? Environment? Does anyone know where the money comes from, what they want, and who accepts? And then if it is made public, who pays attention? For decades the ‘majority has let things just happen. Perhaps it is now changing. I hope so.

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      • imreek says:

        P.S. A politician must get elected and then re-elected. This costs money. It is what it is. For those reading this blog who are serious, I have a do it yourself enlightenment. At times the total direct and indirect costs of an election are stated in the media. When this happens, divide this sum by the number of days in a term. This is the money a politician MUST raise every day to get or keep his office. With current election finance laws, a politician has NO choice. He MUST sell himself. The only ones he can sell himself to are those with money to buy. Exactly what is expected from this system? If anyone has any ideas on how to get the middle class to out bid the special interests or to make elections free then by all means, I would love to hear them.

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      • imreek – ” Change executive compensation laws to favor long term corporate growth over ‘this financial quarter’” – most large corporations already do that. Check out a few SEC reports on individual companies for details. Those multimillion $$$ income stats you read usually include slices of company stock dribbled out of long periods of time.

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        • imreek says:

          Some do – some don’t. But the stock is issued at ~ cents nominal valuation. The profit is in immediately selling and claiming capital gains. My company does this. Issues at 1cent nominal value and mandatory hold for a few years at most. Stock issued to strongly favor steady long term dividends would help? I do not know if changing capital gains vs. dividend income tax rates would do the trick. I am not a financial expert. But somehow changing the dynamics to favor long term domestic capital appreciation over this quarters financial extraction should help stability and growth. Perhaps changing inheritance taxes to favor real income property over financial trusts? There will always be people trying to get richer and to pass their accomplishments to their children. How do we make this possible and also pass benefits to the middle class workers? From my viewpoint it sorta was working from ~1940 to ~1980. What needs to change to make income gradations more gradual? It might help if there wasn’t such a jump from median bottom 90% to median top 10% to median top 1% in income. I am strongly in favor of ending up better off than my parents did and passing along to help my children do better than I did. It is the American way! Or at least it was. I am NOT against those getting rich. Competition may be uncomfortable but brings the average up. Or at least it used to. I just do not want to get to a medieval society of the exalted ruling the serfs. Even if the ruling class does provide free bread and circuses.

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  26. flawesttexas says:

    Donohue represents the sordid wet dreams of every America-Hating Liberal Free Trader Communist Globalist

    The CoC fear of Donald Trump is the ultimate proof of Trump’s Real Conservative values. Globalism is not Conservatism

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  27. mcfyre2012 says:

    Love the pic of Donohue…he looks like Judge Smails from “Caddyshack.”

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  28. El Torito says:

    If Mr CoC is worried, that’s a great sign. 1st thing that tells me is that GOPe have no solution for the Trumpster! Gotta love it!

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  29. runthetable says:

    Donohue has given me what I have been asking for the past few months; a base of candidates to target and suffer the wrath of President Trump’s coat tails.
    Here they are, who can compile a list of their opponents to be convinced to get on the Trump Train?

    Rob Portman, Mark Kirk, Pat Toomey, Rep. Joe Heck, John McCain, and Kelly Ayotte .

    Those listed should be primarried by MAGA candidates!

    Please add any to the base list and lets work hard to MAGA!

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  30. 2x4x8 says:

    Illinois’ Liberal Republican Senator Mark Kirk, is on the CoC retain list, just to mention, they are spending money on radio ads mainly during Rush Limbaugh’s program as was Ted Cruz, with a large voter turn out for Trump, Kirk could squeak through, been trailing behind Tammy Duckworth ever since she announced

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  31. Nice to know that the COC knows trumps position is legitimate on Immigration that is why they commented they know the other candidates including Me-Too-Ted are not serious about stopping the illegal invasion nor curbing H-1b Visas.

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  32. Rebel Mope says:

    “They lost track of who we are and what we stand for…”

    I’m going to try really, really hard not to cuss. But let me ‘susplain a little something to you, Lucy. You see, voters elect their representatives to look out for their (the voter’s) interests. When these people tell us “That’s not who we are” what they are really saying is screw the people that voted for me, that want me to vote a certain way, I am going to vote against their will.
    We got that message ever since 2010. Now you’re going to do it our way or out you go. And when it comes time for a budget, I think your pensions should be on the top of the stack.
    Once we have control of the RNC, heads will roll.

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  33. You know what? Just last week one of the Koch brothers said the exact same thing! He had ‘anxiety’ that he could not control the ‘front runner’ (Trump) because he wouldn’t take his money. Oh my, the puppeteers are all worried…. isn’t that great!

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    • TwoLaine says:

      Fearful is used a lot too. We know all the tells. We’ve been watching this unfold for almost 7 months now. Saturday is the 7 month anniversary.
      And some of us have been waiting 7 years to get rid of The Oh?
      Debate night is the 14th. Double 7’s.

      Lucky 7. 😉

      #TRUMP2016
      #MakeAmericaGreatAgain
      #GOTRUMPWIN

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  34. gazill says:

    looks like Judge Smails/Ted Knight

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  35. jc says:

    Donohue reminds me of Ted Baxter (Ted Knight) from the old Mary tyler Moore show, pompous blow hard with blow dried silver mane

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    • USA Patriot says:

      Donohue: Much more cunning though — the face of Globalism now outed. Benedict Arnold Donohue — new nickname; make it stick Treepers and Freepers.

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  36. Grow Rugged and Protect America! says:

    Clarification to above: http://www.NextForAmerica.moonfruit.com

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  37. truthandjustice says:

    Re Common Core as one of the goals — thought of Cruz new legislation that’s supposed to replace it but in reality, accomplishes the same goals by affecting home schooling/private schools – very, very sneaky — as usual. Another one that looks and sounds good on the surface until you research. I try to get this out as well —-

    New legislation (S-306 Enhancing Educational Opportunities for All Students Act) to replace Common Core but attains same goals and also control Home Schools and Private Schools. Wife Heidi spearheading “About the Child” campaign —
    Education Savings Accounts sold by CFR co. Goldman Sachs (Heidi Cruz employer) — Another Trojan Horse. Informed activists sent open letter to Cruz of objections in detail –
    See: Open letter to Senator Cruz

    https://unmasker4maine.files.wordpress.com/2015/11/hoge-anita-letter-openlettertosenatorcruz.pdf

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    • John Denney says:

      Children belong to the parents, not the State, since parents can move from one state to another, or emigrate to a different country and take their children with them.
      Parents may require licensing, credentialing, and standards of those to whom they may entrust their children, but parents themselves need no license or credential, and set their own standards for how they raise their children, which includes educating them.

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  38. TwoLaine says:

    El Creepo Donahue is on C-Span right now for a 2016 Business Outlook. He’s an old dude who likes like he will be croaking soon.

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    • TwoLaine says:

      You SHOULD listen to this. Most of the people on the debate stages tonight will be reporting to these dirty bastards. They are already owned by them.

      They are condescending as h3ll.

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  39. Trent Telenko says:

    The tipping point in favor of Trump has passed inside the GOP before the first vote.

    This is something Reagan didn’t do,

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