Billionaires Welcome Mitt Romney to AZ for Invite-Only Fundraiser

Posted on | September 15, 2011 | Comments

GOP Candidate Mitt Romney had a fundraiser in Tempe, AZ at Tempe Center for the Arts. It was a beautiful and very…rich atmosphere. We were so thrilled that Mitt had accepted one of our own dogmas as his own:

“Corporations Are People Too!”

You’re our hero, Mitt!

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Billionaires Welcome Romney

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Billionaires Show Support to AZ-CD5 Congressman Schweikert in his only Townhall

Posted on | September 15, 2011 | Comments

The Billionaires showed their for enthusiastic support for Congressman David Schweikert CD-5 in Fountain Hills, AZ. In what was his only Townhall scheduled for his summer break, we didn’t want him to have to face the rabble without our support. We cheered his every reference to Trickle-Down and Job Creationism that he bravely spout out. Whatta guy!

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Schweikert Townhall in AZ

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The Billionaires have teamed up with RepubliCorp™

Posted on | November 2, 2010 | Comments

RepubliCorp™With the recent Citizens United ruling finally putting the United States Government on the open market, many of us Billionaires have banded together to take advantage of this lucrative opportunity. A Cabal of Multinational Corporations recently announced their complete merger with the Republican Party. The new entity is called RepubliCorp™, and includes some of our most active members, David and Charles Koch foremost among them. Never before has it been easier to buy off candidates and set the legislative agenda. Now, we not only have our own personal piggy banks, but the full might and treasury of multinational corporations to curry our favor!

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Billionaires Rally to Ask Americans to Donate Their Social Security Checks

Posted on | April 29, 2010 | Comments

On Wednesday, April 28, 2010, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation met with billionaires, millionaires and politicos at the Ronald Reagan Building in D.C. The day after the new Fiscal Commission held their first meeting, these leaders gathered in secret to devise ways to cut Social Security benefits (not the reason for the budget deficit) in the name of the federal budget deficit.

OUTSIDE the meeting, ‘Billionaires for Social Insecurity’ gathered to ask the public in a more outright fashion to hand over their Social Security checks.

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We couldn’t agree more!

Posted on | April 6, 2010 | Comments

Talking Points Memo reports:

“My ancestors, actually, weren’t on the Mayflower. They sent the servants over first to get the cottage ready.”

Haw haw haw haw haw! That’s from the Facebook page of J. Roby Penn IV, the 29-year-old oil-and-gas heir who serves as the mid-Atlantic director of the RNC’s Young Eagles program.
Also: “I believe in a purpose driven life… if life’s purpose is backgammon and tennis.”

And: “If you don’t have an oil well, get one.”

The Young Eagles, as you know, have helped throw the RNC into crisis after their trip to one of LA’s top bondage-themed nightclubs. But given the man-of-leisure persona cultivated by Penn, maybe it’s not so surprising that the group is used to being entertained in style.

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Billionaires Shower Dollar Bills, Gratitude on Sen. McConnell

Posted on | March 21, 2010 | Comments

The Billionaires for Wealthcare showered Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell with real bills on behalf of the insurance industry for the GOP’s extraordinary attempts to kill health care reform. The Billionaires met McConnell as he left his appearance on Face the Nation at CBS News in DC.

“Senator McConnell, thank you for all your hard work – here’s a little something extra from the insurance industry” The Billionaires shouted as they tossed their bills. “Vote ‘no’ to kill healthcare reform and there’s more on the way”

The event capped off the nation’s tumultuous health care debate, which saw every member of the GOP attempt to thwart reforms that would lower costs, increase access and end atrocious industry practices.

“We’ve been spending over $5 million per week to kill healthcare reform” said health insurance executive Clay M. Denyed. “We’re glad to finally go public with our support. Besides, confetti is cheap – we know that only money means anything to the GOP.”

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