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Big Money Backs Renters' Campaign

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Big Money Backs Renters' Campaign

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Big Money Backs Renters' Campaign

Big Money Backs Renters' Campaign

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AngryRenters.com is an amateur-looking Web site that claims to speak for renters fed up with mortgage bailout programs. But it's actually the brainchild of millionaire Steve Forbes and Republican conservative Dick Armey.

Alex Chadwick talks with Michael Phillips of The Wall Street Journal about the faux grassroots effort.

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