Obama's Ebola Tzar Ron Klain Of Revolution LLC That Put CNN In Hands Of Israeli,City Of London Zionist Propagandists
Steve Case was once considered one of the coolest guys in the world. He built, practically from the ground up, the 800-pound gorilla of the Internet, America Online. The company made giant stock profits for millions of investors. Even Al Haig and Colin Powell ended up with millions in AOL dough, as a result of taking positions as directors in 1989 and 1998, respectively.
The wave receded as soon as AOL and Time Warner announced their merger on January 10, 2000. Amid all the glad handing and talk about synergy and the Twenty-First Century was the chilling blessing delivered by Ted Turner, Time Warner's largest shareholder: "I have not been so excited since the first time I had sex 42 years ago." Count on Ted to creep everybody out no matter the occasion.
The New York Times