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Towleroad Guide To The Tube #951

"WE'LL HELP YOU OUT:" Bank of America executive makes pledge to Rick Perry.

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  1. What an exciting time to be an American. We've got Sarah AND Michele - two really, really pretty ladies who are also nice and are Christians who want to bring the country back to its Bible-based roots and who like fried butter on a stick. They both like to talk to people and they get really excited when they do. It's so inspiring to imagine either one of them being President and sitting at that big desk in the White House and wearing something really pretty and having their Bible on that desk so they can share Christ with everyone who comes into their President office. I get goose-bumps just thinking about it. Don't y'all?

    Posted by: Sindy | Aug 19, 2011 6:25:39 PM


  2. make sure to let boa know how you feel about them funneling money to tricky ricky. they had to have money fom the federal government to keep them solvent now they can contribute to a right wing christian bigot. what a waste of taxpayer dollars. should have let them go belly up.

    Posted by: walter | Aug 19, 2011 7:04:13 PM


  3. Walter

    They need money now. they only have 71-83 Bill in assets and their legal bills and fines total about that much then they have all those countrywide worthless mortgages

    BOA is either belly up or bail out at the moment and the problem is

    NO $$$ or political will for another bail out. I guess they think if they grease up Perry he might get them a bail out though it might be too late 2012

    Major Economists started ringing BOA's death toll like last week

    Posted by: say what | Aug 19, 2011 7:10:43 PM


  4. not sure that i buy it but cnbc has the follow-up with another bofa person.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/44207137

    Posted by: mike | Aug 19, 2011 7:28:02 PM



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    Posted by: zhongeio | Aug 19, 2011 8:10:01 PM


  6. if they are willing to back that scumbag from texas let them go bellyup.

    Posted by: walter | Aug 19, 2011 11:50:13 PM


  7. BOA cut 3,500 jobs Friday (that's 6,000 for the year) and they 'hired' one moron from Texas.

    Posted by: Anastasia Beaverhausen | Aug 20, 2011 8:24:14 AM


  8. hmmm...well, great I just refinanced my home with BOA. I don't know how we are ever going to filter out what companies do business with right-wingers...I mean, I love New Balance shoes, and now it is come out that the top guy gave money to fighting gay marriage. ugh!!
    You know I don't think there is anything wrong with the country except for 2 wars, which we need to pull out of and greedy bastards who feel entitled...including corporations!! Hello Mitt Romney!!

    Posted by: paul | Aug 20, 2011 8:49:12 AM


  9. That Sarah video is just bizarre. No wonder they don't allow comments on it. Cowards.

    Posted by: Randy | Aug 20, 2011 11:50:00 AM


  10. Say What, I completely agree with your assessment of BOA. It couldn't happen to a more wretched financial institution.

    Posted by: Max | Aug 20, 2011 3:15:52 PM


  11. I closed my BofA accounts last year and switched to Chase because of a dispute I had with BofA. I'm really thankful I made that choice after seeing that video. But now I wonder how Chase is behaving.

    Posted by: JAMES | Aug 20, 2011 4:33:42 PM


  12. Bank of America executives now have plenty of money, provided for by US tax payers in the form of billions of dollars in bail out money, to support the GOP so they can get back into government to continue to push monetary policies that lead to the huge financial collapse in the first place!? WTF!

    Posted by: James | Aug 21, 2011 7:08:08 AM


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