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Obama Slams 'Too Much Money in Politics' at Disney Mansion Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Wed, May 7, 2014, 10:51 PM

President Barry Obama is giving a high-five to Lexus Liberal hypocrisy. He attended a Democrat Party fundraiser with billionaires in Beverly Hills and complained that there is "too much money in politics." The fundraiser was hosted by Disney Chairman Alan Horn at his $100 million mansion.

The Houston Chronicle reports that, "In a sober political assessment, President Barack Obama told donors Wednesday that disquiet and a sense of frustration in the country is fueling cynicism about government that could hurt Democratic turnout in the November congressional elections."

Obama is quoted as saying that, "When they get discouraged they don't vote. We have to break out of that cycle, and that is what this election is about."

According to the Houston Chronicle, "Obama said the political system faces challenges from legislative procedures, a partisan media and too much money in politics. But he said the main cause for gridlock was fundamental differences between what Democrats believe and "what this particular brand of Republicans in Congress believes."

Obama is calling for American voters to elect Democrats in Congress so that US Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D.-Ca.) can become Speaker of the House again.

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