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It have been known that public have develop despise to Howie Huber for his received bonus.

So, public have shown almost no interest to his received wisdom.

When i type in the "Howie huber love to receive his bonus in the bank" into Google, it doesn't show the notoriously Howie Huber.

The question is, how important is US people's anger on the day the scandal appear?

Hilary Clinton have said: Propaganda is what America does best.

If the US people's anger is not important, then Is it the time for US people to develop greatest anger since the Great depression by making more propaganda?

If the anger is important, may the person who give the answer show the referece, please?

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closed as not a real question by American Luke, Sardathrion, Steven Drennon Jul 31 '12 at 17:42

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I can't tell what you are trying to ask here. Are you trying to ask how angry the American public is over this matter? –  American Luke Jul 28 '12 at 17:46
@Luke - yes, that is. –  Victor Jul 28 '12 at 17:58
Seeing as I'd never heard of the guy before this question, I'd say probably no effect. –  T.E.D. Jul 29 '12 at 2:47

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When i[sic] type in the "Howie huber[sic] love[sic] to receive his bonus in the bank" into Google, it doesn't show the notoriously[sic] Howie Huber.

I can answer this part at least!
This is probably because his last name is actually Hubler, with an "l", not "Huber".

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