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Who is the real party of the rich?

John F-ing Kerry: $7,000,000 yacht that he refuses to pay taxes on Clintons blow $5,000,000 on wedding Rangle & Geitner both millionaires who refuse to pay taxes Nancy Pelosi has directed nearly $100,000 from her political action committee to her husband's real estate and investment firm net worth: John Kerry, D-Massachusetts: $163,626,399 Herb Kohl, D-Wisconsin: $111,015,016 John Rockefeller, D -West Virginia: $81,648,018 Jon Corzine, D-New Jersey: $71,035,025 Dianne Feinstein, D-California: $26,377,109 Frank Lautenberg, D-New Jersey $17,789,018 John Edwards, D-North Carolina: $12,844,029 Edward Kennedy, D-Massachusetts: $9,905,009 Jeff Bingaman, D-New Mexico: $7,981,015 Bob Graham, D-Florida: $7,691,052 Ben Nelson, D-Nebraska: $6,267,028 Mark Dayton, D-Minnesota: $3,974,037 Jane Harmon, D-Kawleefornia: $112,000,000 Nancy Pelosi, D-Wisconsi: $25,000,000

Asked By: - 7/29/2010
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They both are. Anyone that argues different has no idea what they're talking about... More
Answered By: Your question is inane... - 7/29/2010
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Those have to be lies from Fox news. There is no such thing as a rich Democrat. Only Republicans are rich. Even Obama said the Republicans are rich elitists. He said that from his tiny 2 bedroom apartment in Chicago.
Answered By: Viking - 7/29/2010
 
You guessed it and win the prize. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it is the democrats. They are also the party of lying and cheating.
Answered By: Bob G...The return of - 7/29/2010
 
The whole liberal agenda is bases on hate, deception, arrogance, and stupidity. It is hard for me not to believe you have to be stupid to be a Democrat. (Actually I know Democrats who are not stupid, but they sure are gullable.)
Answered By: Phoenix - 7/29/2010
 
It's obviously the American Communist Party.
Answered By: Jose Ortega Y Gasset - 7/29/2010
 
@ Your question is inane... More
Answered By: madd texan - 7/29/2010
 
Your question would more properly be posed as who is the party of elitists (Those who are primarily born with silver spoons, trust funds); versus who is the party of the self-made wealthy (those who produce, and are therefore morally rich)? Respectively, the left vs. the right to middle.
Answered By: The Naked Emperor - 7/29/2010
 
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