After it was revealed today that SunTrust Bank was cutting ties with the Benham brothers because it did not like their conservative opinions and thus threatening their business, it now appears that the bank has backed down and has re-established those ties.


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That was fast: After it was revealed today that SunTrust Bank was cutting ties with the Benham brothers because it did not like their conservative beliefs and thus threatening their business, it now appears that the bank has backed down and has re-established those ties.

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  • Cotour

    I wonder how much TARP money they took or were forced to take and if they received a phone call suggesting that they cut their ties? Who makes decisions like this in business? Either the first decision to reject them or the decision to reinstate them. Very juvenile.

    But we are talking about Liberals. Enough said.

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