Fox’s Maria Bartiromo Is Worried About 1%ers Being Shut Out of the Sunday Shows

March 18, 2014 at 7:59 PM Leave a comment

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Read that headline again.

Geezus.

Pity the 1%, right?  They never have a say.  According to Fox’s Maria Bartiromo, “business people” haven’t been heard enough of late so damnit, she’s going to fix that:

There’s a void in the market. We never hear business people as part of the conversation on a Sunday. I only hear politicos doing their talking points. I want to get the guy on the front line, the gal on the front line, telling us why they’re not taking money from overseas and putting it here, what should tax reform look like, what should immigration reform look like. So I’m going to bring business people into the conversation on a Sunday morning.

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If I didn’t have a life I’d spend two hours researching and posting links as to why this is so f*cked up.  “Business people” need a louder voice? Really? For starters, they own D.C. so there’s that.  I mean, come on.

When was the last time the corporate opened a whole new network devoted to homeless people 0r poor people or people struggling on a retirement income or people without health care?

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