What goes around comes around:
Democrats Hold `Grudge' Against Republicans' Corporate Allies
Nov. 9 (Bloomberg) -- The new Democratic House majority's plans to go after oil and pharmaceutical companies while taking it easy on hedge funds and other securities firms reflects a time-tested Capitol Hill practice: Be tough on political adversaries and kind to friends.
The Democrats plan to rescind $11.6 billion in energy subsidies for Exxon Mobil and other oil companies and require pharmaceutical companies such as Pfizer Inc. to negotiate with Medicare on prescription-drug prices. Those two industries were among Republicans' biggest financial backers this year.
A Pfizer spokeswoman didn't return a call seeking comment. A spokesman for Exxon declined to comment, though officials from trade groups representing the oil and gas industries said the Democratic proposals are misguided.
I love the part about "not returning calls." Happens every time Pfizer doesn't like the question.