Romney’s London Money Party Imperiled By Impending Enron-Style Disaster

Romney "Money"What is LIBOR, you might be wondering? And who has messed with it? And how exactly will a banking scandal in London have something to do Mitt Romney? Well, what wouldn’t it have to do with Mitt Romney? First things first: LIBOR stands for the London Interbank Offered Rate, and according to the BBC, it is one of the “most crucial rates in finance” because it underpins trillions of dollars in loans and financial contacts, including (OF COURSE!) American mortgages and student loans. And because a bunch of derivatives traders at Barclay have been playing around with this rate and trying to rig it since 2005, your mortgage payments or student loan payments might have been affected this entire time. (Evidence for this rate rigging includes the message “”duuuude… what’s up with ur guys 34.5 3m fix… tell him to get it up!” sent via one trader to another via unknown means. Yes, apparently they talk like this in the U.K. too.) Anyway, this scandal MIGHT (but probably won’t, knowing how these things usually go) lead to the resignation of Barclay’s CEO Bob Diamond, but in the meantime, it has led him to pull out of a Romney fundraiser.  Because surprise surprise, the corrupt CEO of a disgraced financial institution was such a big Romney fan that he was going to host a London fundraiser for the candidate. But it’s cool, Romney understands. Also, lots of other Barclays bankers have donated craploads of money to his campaign and even served as his policy advisers, so it’ll all work out.

Via the Financial Times:

Mr Diamond decided to step aside as a co-host for the upcoming London reception to focus all his attention on Barclays. We respect his decision,” said Andrea Saul, a spokeswoman for Mr Romney’s campaign. Mr Diamond had been one of 18 co-hosts for a dinner in London later this month in which guests are being asked to pay between $25,000- $75,000 to raise money for Mr Romney, who will be in town for the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games.

Yes. People in London are willing to pay $25,000-$75,000 to raise money for Mittens, which tells you that they aren’t as smart as their accents might otherwise indicate. Oh and another shocker: LOTS of Barclays bankers have a hard on for Mitt and one has even CHAIRED SIX POLICY ROUNDTABLES for Romney. Birds of a feather…

Mr Diamond is one of several top executives at Barclays who have thrown their weight behind Mr Romney to help defeat President Barack Obama. He also hosted similar events in support of John McCain during the 2008 presidential campaign.

At least 15 of Barclays Capital’s most senior bankers based in the US have donated $2,500 to the Romney campaign, the maximum allowable individual donation per election, Federal Election Committee filings show.

Mr Romney earned a $50,000 speaking fee from Barclays in 2011.

In sum, the upper echelons of a scandal-plagued British bank is engaging in massive fundraising activities and even chairing policy roundtables for  American presidential candidate Mitt Ronmey on financial policy. All of which is super comforting.

[Financial Times]

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  1. memzilla

    This is just another issue that Rmoney's advisors will do their best to avoid answering any direct questions about: it's the Mittness Protection Program.

  2. Barb

    Mitt and the Olympics will be a perfect fit. Remember when he was in Philadelphia and he broke the world record for "Urban Sprinting?"

    1. scvirginia

      Oh, yes, that was memorable! I hadn't realized that was a solo track event until then…

    2. Lube

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          1. UW8316154

            You too, Barb! I've got a family brunch, then another family crab-feed at the beach, and then home tonight to keep and eye on my horses, dogs and barn cats.

            I've put some thought into what 4th of July means, given the fractured and contentious politics dividing our country. I don't have solutions on a national scale, but if we all start with loving and caring about our families and friends and neighbors, maybe that's a beginning?

            Cheers to you and yours!

    3. James Michael Curley

      For those who are not familiar, that race is a sprint between the numerous places that claim they invented the Philly Cheese Steak; also know locally as the Cardiac Cruise.

      1. Barb

        Morning James! Happy 4th of July to you.
        If you look at my stalker, Lou's profile you will see what he's really about. He runs a website and he needs attention so he comes here and fucks with me.

        The "sprinting" reference was that Mitt went to Philly and the people shouted "go home"

        1. James Michael Curley

          Hope he doesn’t upset you. You have far more happier times these days.My earliest experience with flamers goes back almost thirty years as I had an account on CIS and Timenet before that. Learned they are all assholes and online is not the real world. (A lesson you should remember to teach your grandbabies as those in the younger world are alarmingly dependant on being on.)

    1. sullivanst

      Close to perfect, dear chap, but in England they call it "icing".

      Still, I fist you up good sir, I fist you up.

  3. BlueStateLibel

    So Mitt Rmoney is taking cash from Brits, the very same Brits we had to kick out of this country over 200 years ago … what a nice way to celebrate Independence Day and the Fourth of July, Mittens, you treasonous traitor.

    1. OzoneTom

      Sometimes, if you an important personage, you have to meet with the Kings, Queens, Prime Ministers. Noblesse Oblige and all that.

        1. NellCote71

          And the wing nuts were having such a hissy fit about Obamz spending the Fourth in France . . . or in Firth.

    2. sewollef

      Not sure it is treason. The way I see it, it doesn't matter where they 'work', (work being such an old-fashioned term anyhow), they belong to the same sub-species, the same cartel, they're the 'Financialistas'.

      They could be in Paris manipulating the CAC or Berlin pissing around with the DAX, or London and fucking with the FTSE. They speak the same language, they're the same species, and of course, they share the same lack of humanity.

      I speak as a translator. English to Fuckhead; Fuckhead to English. Doesn't pay well though.

      1. MittBorg

        Oh, I say, you did a fine job of translating that.

        There is only one race, the human race. Unfortunately, like shit, the worst of our species seems to float to the top, and sees their primary function thereafter as keeping everyone else down. Miserable fuckers.

    3. sullivanst

      Well, for the official fundraiser, attendees are apparently going to be required to show their US passport at the door, what with receiving foreign donations being illegal and all.

      That speaking fee right in the middle of a campaign is "interesting", though, isn't it?

  4. deanbooth

    Shine ya shoes, guvna? *glink*

    [Urban dictionary advised me to add glink, the sound of an upper incisor falling out of a bootblack's mouth.]

    1. Designer_Radio

      Haha! I likey da *glink* noise. At least, I did. When I was a successful bootblack with teeth that would still fall out. Now I'm hoping for a job as a Gutter Corpse under the Romney administration.

  5. Rotundo_

    We need more Casino/Banking ventures in this wonderful world of ours! Why shouldn't finance be like walking into MonteCarlo and placing somebodies retirement portfolio on red on the roulette wheel? Isn't the point of investing to take huge chances (with other peoples money) and line your pockets with the winnings, or have the government line your pockets if it fails? Rich people style gambling sounds so much more fun than the stuff the Native American folks offer up…

  6. nounverb911

    London is just one stop on the trip, he's due in Israel to explain why he Mormon baptized Anne Frank 15 times.

    1. NYNYNYjr

      Jews love hearing about how Anne Frank has become a Mormon. They really think that's great. I think they made Hitler a Mormon too. Or was that the Moonies?

    1. scvirginia

      Yeah, I heard that on NPR this morning, but if Diamond is Romney's buddy, he's probably a flipflopper too, also.

      Could be he's planning to unresign if the golden parachute isn't embroidered to his satisfaction.

      1. Designer_Radio

        Wasn't this the same CEO that told everyone to Get Fucked a few days ago about resigning? Bet he wishes he could pull this "Waste, Fraud, and Abuse" stuff and then go in front of Congress and be publicly fellated by Jim DeMint. Sucks to be in a slightly-less-plutocratic country, huh?

    2. Veritas78

      "Resigned" = "Cashed In."

      You have my Barclays Guarantee that he walked with eight digits to the left of the decimal. (If I were a betting man, I'd suggest nine, but it doesn't matter. I'm a London banker and have no intention of paying off in any case.)

  7. savethispatient

    If anyone is wondering, since foreigners can't actually give money to US election campaigns, apparently the attendees for the Romney thing have to show a US passport to attend.

    And Bob Diamond is an American – he got his degree from U-Conn. Seems appropriate now.

    1. Negropolis

      Yeah, the they'll have to show their passports before they give over the money they collected from British financiers. They have laundry service in the UK, too.

      1. savethispatient

        True, and due to the wonders of SuperPACs, presumably they can donate money that way too.
        But I wonder how many British bankers really care who the US President is – they already have their friends Cameron and Osborne in numbers 10 and 11 Downing Street. It's not like the US Congress is ever going to pass or implement anything like strict financial controls, or force UK or European governments to do the same.

        1. scvirginia

          Not so sure about that… What if Obama is re-elected & Elizabeth Warren takes a seat in the Senate? I don't think it's impossible that the dynamic could shift just enough to make some of those banker types a wee bit nervous.

    2. Veritas78

      Actually, with the Citizens United ruling, foreigners can now contribute unlimited amounts, too.

      (Try to stay awake through the State-of-the-Union addresses, please! I know, I know…)

      1. savethispatient

        Yeah, but only to PACs, not actual campaigns. For example, the Democrats' donation form still makes you confirm "I am a United States citizen or a permanent resident alien".
        But of course, actual campaigns are irrelevant, a mere appetizer to the money banquet.

        1. sewollef

          Proxies. They give through proxies.

          It's a tried and tested method for getting around the US's measly and pathetic little laws regarding contributions [to republicans].

      2. James Michael Curley

        But Chief Justice John (I was against Obamacare before I was for it.) Roberts yelled out 'You Lie"

        (! I know, I know it really wasn't John Roberts who isn't Joe Wilson who isn't Joe Walsh who didn't play lead guitar with the Eagles.)

    1. new_pic_for_NEWTer

      Did Rmoney fellate them all, or did he delegate? Because sometimes the personal touch matters.

    1. OzoneTom

      Why are you bringing the Irish into this? They are blameless.

      So far it sounds like a bunch of British! And Mitt, of course.

        1. Veritas78

          Plus, step-dancing? That's not an art-form, it's a bizarre method of unsuccessful birth control. Frigid through the brain stem, but slattern from the waist down.

      1. Guppy

        Vote? Oh no, you got one of the important rights: the right to free-flowing "speech," as defined by the Roberts court.

        1. Crank_Tango

          Well, of course it was O'tang before the thugs at Ellis Island got ahold of it…

    1. TribecaMike

      His Indonesia fundraiser will rake in a helluva lot more. Kenya ain't got shit, beeoctches!

  8. Mittens Howell, III

    Looking forward to Romney's campaign denouncing Obama for "palling around with disgraced London Bankers!" cos that's how Mitt rolls.

    Actually, Mitt rolls like a gasoline-fueled automobile with square wheels–but you know what I mean.

  9. arihaya

    This just prove that George Orwell was a DUMB DUMB DUMB writer.

    Dystopia will not be made because of uber-reaching government but because of uber-powerfull Multinational Corporations ruining people's lives.

    1. TribecaMike

      Like Anthony Burgess wrote, Orwell was a brilliant stylist and excellent fellow elbowbender, but he was a lousy prophet. There was a reason he wanted to entitle his novel "1948."

      1. James Michael Curley

        A couple of William Harrison's (author) stories and novels have settings in Africa, although written during the major de-colonialisation period they depict a militant, tyrannical, tribal state which very accurately reflects many African states now.

        1. NellCote71

          ". . . depict a militant, tribal state which accurately reflects mant American states now," don't you mean?

          1. James Michael Curley

            Difference is we can’t get UN Blue Helmets to intervene in some of those areas.

  10. Mittens Howell, III

    Will they pass a hat around at the reception? or a patented Stericycle abortion bucket?

  11. Identity_Crisis

    Diamond has gone- with only a few hundred million dollarpounds to comfort him. Poor diddums.

  12. Veritas78

    Here's my problem with Obama: will he tell Homeland Security to put obvious-crook-and-possible-traitor Bob Diamond on the Do-Not-Fly-List? No. Will Barclay's American executives be audited? No. Will any aspersions be cast on the financial viability of Barclay's? No. Will Diamond's wife be photographed on her next shopping spree? Aw, just guess the answer. Hint: It starts with No.

    Obama = Pussy Libtard.

    1. Negropolis

      Yes, because it should totally be Obama's job to do what the media is supposed to be doing. To twist this as some kind of critique of Obama is a lousy, transparent stretch.

      1. Veritas78

        You may have misunderstood me. What I want is a tiny bit of Nixon without the Nixon part. Just to spook them, because this bunch of Republicans are predisposed to being spooked. So to speak.

        I'd settle for one or two domestic drone strikes. Carefully aimed, of course.

        1. LetUsBray

          I know the feeling; I frequently find myself wishing he were a tenth the tyrant the hysterical right claims he is. Enough so a midnight knock on the door gives them something to be hysterical about, you understand.

    1. SayItWithWookies

      Don't worry, if he kneels before Queen Ben (hey, why rename the tower when they can just rename the queen, right? Who's been there longer anyway?) it won't be because she's a queen but because she's worth more than he is. Which is totally a different thing.

    2. radio-of-owls

      Romney going to England and neiling before the British

      Geez, be careful. You'll wake Neilist up from the dead. Sheesh.

      1. Extemporanus

        Crimean-y, soldier! Neilist can't get a bead on you unless you fire off his name three times.

    3. James Michael Curley

      In typical right wing tactics, there has been a consorted media sleazy attack that "Obama is spending Independence Day in Paris" coinciding with the Romney campaign that he would be in London at the end of the month (which is a smoke screen to the fact he is spending almost a month on vacation OUTSIDE the US). The phony story is an obvious smokescreen to deflect the potential damage to funding his campaign with foreign dollars. This, of course, could have been verified by the editors for NRO by reading the weekly and daily schedules the White House publishes, but that wasn't done. The erroneous news cycle was extended a day while several of the rightest news droids did stories on why they were justified in repeating obviously erroneous news along the vein; "Well, he has been one of the most secretive Presidents since (insert most vilified Democrat of your choice here)."

  13. Negropolis

    Romney is toast. His money men are trying so hard to pull his sorry ass across the finish line, and now even they are getting in public trouble. It's not over, but they keep this up and it will be.

    1. Negropolis

      You guys are making me hungry. Now, I want a tray-full of scones. Mmm…scones…

      1. James Michael Curley

        I have to find a place in the good ol' US of A that makes real scones. You can't 'ave any scones unless they 'ave lard. How do you expect to 'ave any scones unless they 'ave lard?

  14. Lionel[redacted]Esq

    Money is people too, my friends. And think of the votes and patriotic pride Romney will churn up when every thief banker has to bring at least 25,000 other people with them.

  15. Pragmatist2

    Holy Trent Affair, Batman!!!!
    Romney is raising money from bankers in London???? Does the Tea Party remember where its name came from?

      1. MilwaukeeKent

        And would have precisely the same opinion of those filthy nogoodniks playing dress-up in the harbor as they hold for Occupy or the Wisconsin protesters. Assuming they were alive then, and their Amygdalas were the same size, the Conservative position of the time would have made them all Tories and Traitors.

        1. sewollef

          Amygdala? Oh please, around my neighbourhood* we calls it corpus amygdaloideum. Or as my uncle called it, 'eh, they're just fucking nuts'.

          Which is of course what they are.

          *Brooklyn has some posh neighbourhoods. It's not full of hipsters, yet.

    1. trampndirtdown

      A wise skolar told me it was about Paul Revere riding around ringing bells and shouting at the British that because of the second amendment they could fuck off. I think it was JulieAnn Moore.

  16. Guppy

    No no, the British are the ones the Teabaggers demand deference towards, like true Tories Americans. Remember when Michelle got handsy with Betty Windsor?

    1. MosesInvests

      Rmoney has promised to deregulate the Spice trade, deport the Fremen and triple the budget for the Sardaukar.

  17. redarmyzombie

    Seriously though, who else finds it ironic that the man is leaving the goddamn country in order to raise money to become president?

  18. smashedinhat

    Diamond pulled out of the fundraiser so he can devote more time to getting all medieval on the Bank of England and members of government. I'm sure he wouldn't want to burden his buddy Mittens with a shit storm of hubris and invective.

  19. not that Radio

    Obama goes to Europe to say "hey, let's cooperate internationally once again" = APOLOGY TOUR!1! BOWING TO FOREIGN LEADERS!

    Willard goes to Europe to have international banksters corrupt American democracy = TAKE OUR CUNTRY BACK

  20. barto

    Not to put too fine a point on it, but Diamond has resigned. Probably in an attempt to avoid prosecution, we guess?

  21. coolhandnuke

    From the pic, Mittens is teaching the young Brits Scrabble–and he's fucking cheating, just like he did in business. I entered RMONEY in my scrabble dictionary and it said fuck you. I hope by November RMONEY will be accepted as a legit Scrabble word and more importantly Mitt will be denied the Presidency.

  22. mwittier

    Is he selling orphans in that photo? JOB CREATION!
    That little one looks like he could do a good job scrubbing under the claw foot tub, with an old toothbrush. Ehh, but you gotta feed 'em, and then they grow.
    Better off with undocumenteds. Classics are best.

  23. Willardbot9000_V2.5

    Yeah terms like "disgraced former CEO" or "convicted for lying to Congress about an illegal moneylaundering operation in government" to most of us sound bad…so does terms like "defrauding Medicare" and other forms of fraud…we can toss in "convicted torturer" and "dishonarably discharged war criminal" as well…to Republicans those are good people who've been discriminated against because of their rock-ribbed conservative values. Evidence of massive corruption, weapons smuggling, money laundering and possible murder be damned! I haven't seen so much criminal crazy in one gathering since the time Ahmadina-Bush hosted his Holocaust deniers convention…

  24. Willardbot9000_V2.5

    Diamond's looming charges for fraud might seem a bit squicky but Rmoney is just waiting until attention dies down and he can wring another million out of the son of a bitch before he goes to the can. Oh, and Mormons also baptized GHANDI…like the global icon for passive resistant and a life devoted to altruism is a good fit for the magic underwear club given RMoney's post as a bishop…corrupt fuckers.

  25. fuflans

    so i hear bob's about to appear b/4 parliament and it's sposed to be explosive.

    (rubs hands in glee).

    rock on mittens and bain capital.

  26. flamingpdog

    Thanks, Kris E. Benson, for staying up late to put up another blog post so the one on Sam Weazelfucher wouldn't be the last one of the day.

      1. Limeylizzie

        Stroppy short for “obstreperous” and “cow” is just as it sounds, always used for a woman.

  27. littlebigdaddy

    I am just wondering here…has any other presidential candidate ever held a fundraiser overseas? Isn't that illegal? Obv laws don't apply to His Mittness.

    1. LetUsBray

      Or, more generally, IOKIYAR: Look for our überly strict constructionist supreme court to rule that it's in the constitution before too long.

    2. Negropolis

      Technically, a candidate could hold a fundraiser on the moon so long as the money comes, nominally, from American hands. Even better, (or worse) a SuperPAC's money can come from anywhere.

    3. James Michael Curley

      A group which called itself something like "Expatriots for Obama" held an event in 2008 in London. It wasn't done by the Obama campaign but by a group which registered as a 501(c)4 and there would be a FEC record of how much they contributed to the Obama campaign. However Faux News pilloried Obama for days over it. If my memory is correct, said group would then have been limited to a total of $30,800.

    1. HistoriCat

      "You expect me to talk?"
      "No, Mr. Bond – I expect you to give me billions of dollars!"

  28. BearNoLike

    So let me get this straight. The B of A window-dressing parking lot is Barclays. And they are betting against the LIBOR, which a Goldman Sachs trader (ok, probably GS, I can't back that up) suggested. It's influencing politics to de-unregulate the LIBOR across the pond, which, wait, who wins? Goldman Sachs because they hedged at, say, 20 to 1 because it was so unlikely?


    Hello, this is 1996 calling, we want our hedge bets back.

    Welcome to 400 level econ, I guess?

    Edit: My wife listens to me talk about this stuff and falls asleep, too. Night night!

  29. NYNYNYjr

    "Anyway, this scandal MIGHT (but probably won’t, knowing how these things usually go) lead to the resignation of Barclay’s CEO Bob Diamond, but in the meantime, it has led him to pull out of a Romney fundraiser. "

    Hi Dear WONKETTE, I am a time-traveler from July 3. Bob Diamond resigned. Just wanted to give you the scoop over everyone else. Happy 4th of July.

  30. BarackMyWorld

    Yay…more dishonesty and corruption!

    How is Obama not beating Romney by 20 points?

    1. Negropolis

      Well, you see, when a Kansas girl and an African student love each other very much in Hawaii and produce a mocha-colored baby…

      1. HistoriCat

        Bravo – I will arrange some fireworks in your honor. Look for them later on today.

  31. Preacher_Griz

    Would you rather have a President with connections to descendents of OUR FOREFATHERS, or a president who is a puppet for a kabal of Kenyan Kaliphates????

    This election is about CHOICES!!!!

    1. Negropolis

      FOURfathers?! That is an abomination before the Lord! It's Adam & Eve, not Adam & Steve & Clarence & Patrick!!!

  32. James Michael Curley

    When my doctor switched me to LIBOR my liklihood of a heart attack went down. However, since my adjustable rate mortgage is linked to the monthly increase in the price of LIPITOR I had a heart attack.

    1. C_R_Eature

      Don't want to drown? Buy you're own lifeguard, moocher!

      The Invisible Hand of the Marketplace flips us all off, one more time.

      1. James Michael Curley

        I think Gulfstream Park and Casino is in the town of Hallandale Beach so its not like the town needs a source of revenue.

        1. C_R_Eature

          'Course not – it's the Principle! If they can't stand by their phony-baloney principles, well, what else is there?

          1. James Michael Curley

            “This is the bill that will convert the state hospital for the insane into the William J. Le Petomane memorial gambling casino for the insane.“

          2. C_R_Eature

            James, you are hereby awarded the Gold-Coloured Medallion of spying-out-Mel-Brooks-references-in-Wonkette-posts. So Say I.

  33. sbj1964

    If you don't earn $300,000 a year plus,and feel that the GOP represents your intrests;you are a fool,or a Racist,a jesus nut,or all the above.

  34. James Michael Curley

    Y'all have a nice Fourth of July holiday. I got a Navesak River cruise under the fireworks and a NY/NJ bay cruise later in the long, long week end.

    I's always been a pleasure communicating with you.

  35. Designer_Radio

    OT & OMG: "White Christians Only" 3 day event ends with a "Cross Lighting Ceremony" (again and to be clear: White Christians Only invited to that particular event). What's a "Cross Lighting Ceremony"?

    Also too, some very funny comments from that crowd.

    1. not that Radio


      We haven’t got any invitations to black muslim events. Of course, we are not invited to Jewish events and stuff.

      I can't imagine why.

    2. BigSkullF*ckingDog

      Hopefully there will also be a workshop on how to turn your white bedsheets into fun costumes.

      1. C_R_Eature

        I read something similar in the comments section of John Boehner's website. Pure coincidence, I think.

          1. C_R_Eature

            Those dammed Media Matters trolls reduced that site to a smoking ruin. Truly, a lost opportunity to reinforce preconceptions. They all hid behind aliases, too. Cowards.

          2. not that Radio

            I spooked the shit out of Publius with a comment about a "funny feeling in my bathing suit area". They're not accustomed to that.

          3. C_R_Eature

            I knew that was you! I laughed my ass off on that one. I kept posting weird shit under different assumed names until they threw up their hands and left. The last one was a direct quote from General Jack D. Ripper.

            High Praise and Golden Medallions for finding that site and allowing us to properly Wonkywrench it. A small victory, but we prevented a lot of unctuous backslapping and propagandizing and pissed a few deserving assholes off. Keep it up!

  36. oldedinvn

    Way OT.
    Proudgrampa, Hanoi is the friendliest city I have ever lived in. Just walk around with a smile & everyone says hello. The best part is that they tend to buy the drinks.
    The amazing thing is that they seem to prefer Umerikuns.
    Hanoi is very different than HCM (Saigon), Here survival does not mean staying off the streets. Here it means never hurt a child or complain that children are being children & running around in the restaurant. Smile. Be polite.
    Hanoins are the nicest people until someone fucks with a child. The word dismember comes to mind.

    The most amazing thing is that the children are taught to be social from day one. Everyone here is a babysitter , even me a furriner. When I am sitting at an outdoor bar ever oncet in awhile a mother plunks a kid in my lap while she has a cup of coffee. The kid grows up knowing it is safe & can play outside in the streets with no fear.

    The downside is that I cannot walk 2 blocks without saying hello or sin jow. to 20 people.

  37. ttommyunger

    The good news here for me is that Barry is apparently not as sold out to Big Money as much as he could be; otherwise these assholes wouldn't be spending so much money to see him replaced.

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