US Midterm Election: Battle of the Billionaires (either way, you lose)
The ballots have been cast, the polls have closed and the Republicans have retaken the House. But the 2010 Midterm Elections were the most expensive in history, and the money isn’t going anywhere. On the right, billionaire David Koch and Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation fuel the Tea Party. And on the left, General ElectricViacom gave President Barack Obama a commercial-free, hour-long town hall across its networks. And while Republicans and Democrats come and go in Congress, Wall Street’s interests are just too big to lose.
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