Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Time Warner and Comcast...Friends of Obama

The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, but two things are different: it’s more expensive, and the CEOs are very friendly with the Obamas. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of the President and has donated $76,000 to Democrats from 2006-2009. The company’s Executive Vice President and his wife directly donated upwards of $500,000 in Obama’s re-election campaign. Time Warner similarly gives to the Democratic Party.
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99
The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, but two things are different: it’s more expensive, and the CEOs are very friendly with the Obamas. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of the President and has donated $76,000 to Democrats from 2006-2009. The company’s Executive Vice President and his wife directly donated upwards of $500,000 in Obama’s re-election campaign. Time Warner similarly gives to the Democratic Party.
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99
The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, but two things are different: it’s more expensive, and the CEOs are very friendly with the Obamas. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of the President and has donated $76,000 to Democrats from 2006-2009. The company’s Executive Vice President and his wife directly donated upwards of $500,000 in Obama’s re-election campaign. Time Warner similarly gives to the Democratic Party.
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99
Time Warner and Comcast cable companies are set to merge this year. The Obama Administration approved this merger with very little pain. The opposite is true of the proposed AT&T and T-Mobile merger. It failed. Why?

Well, let's see. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing friend of Barack Obama. Various Comcast executives have donated over $500,000 to Obama's re-election. Time Warner has also given large amounts to the Democratic Party.
Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99

How about AT&T? Randall Stephenson, the CEO of AT&T, is considered a “Bible Belt, pro-free market, Republican.” Many of Randall's employees, for the most part, have donated to Republican candidates.

So does Barack Obama pay his supporters? You decide! Read more...
Money talks to Obama.

The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99
The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, but two things are different: it’s more expensive, and the CEOs are very friendly with the Obamas. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of the President and has donated $76,000 to Democrats from 2006-2009. The company’s Executive Vice President and his wife directly donated upwards of $500,000 in Obama’s re-election campaign. Time Warner similarly gives to the Democratic Party.
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99
The Comcast and Time Warner merger is almost identical to the AT&T and T-Mobile merger, but two things are different: it’s more expensive, and the CEOs are very friendly with the Obamas. Comcast CEO Brian Roberts is a frequent golfing buddy of the President and has donated $76,000 to Democrats from 2006-2009. The company’s Executive Vice President and his wife directly donated upwards of $500,000 in Obama’s re-election campaign. Time Warner similarly gives to the Democratic Party.
Read more at http://teapartyeconomist.com/2014/04/15/loud-money-talk-proposed-tech-com-merger-show/#ipVAZzEtw348AV25.99