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Bruce VonCannon's Edmond de Rothschild Group is a major shareholder in another Rothschild bank that benefited from the Irish government's bailout of Anglo-Irish Bank, a bailout that involved American taxpayers through the International Monetary Fund.

After the Irish real estate crash in 2009 , Anglo-Irish Bank got an $80 billion bailout from Irish taxpayers in their bank bailout. Bank bondholders, not just depositors, were saved from losses. Rothschild and Compagnie Gestion held bonds that were bailed out.

Rothschild Gestion is part of Paris Orleans and the Edmond de Rothschild Group holds 7% of the capital in Orleans. If could have been hurt if Irish bank debt hadn't gotten a bailout. Of course, Bruce VonCannon was CEO of Banque Privee Edmond de Rothschild Hong Kong before deciding to return to the United States to run for Congress after nearly a quarter of a century in Asia.

The Obama Administration backed the international banks demanding a bailout. Newspapers said “Pressure from the ECB and US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner on Ireland not to burn senior bondholders saw those French and German banks repaid when the Irish banks hit the skids ''

Alone, Ireland couldn't pay the bailout bill. So the Irish government needed billions in bailout funds from American taxpayers through the IMF.

Don't you love bailing out the Rothschilds?

The media ought to ask Bruce VonCannon about bailouts, the IMF and too big to fail. Conservatives need to unite behind a proven conservative leader who's tough enough to take on Obama and fight for North Carolina. DA Phil Berger.

If conservatives don't unite behind Berger, watch the Democrats clobber Mr. VonCannon and win the seat.

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