They also nearly always cite a December 2009 interview in which the president called out "fat cat" bankers.
Florida shopping-center magnate Mel Sembler is proud to personify the sort of Republican fat cat that Mitt Romney is depending on.
A fat cat, looking as if it were dead, lay relaxed on the grass beneath this board.
: the fat-cat cases, where big money is involved/ whether fat-cat contributors or New Hampshire coffee-klatschers
Any privileged and well-treated person, esp a wealthy benefactor; tycoon: A millionaire fat-cat who, when the revolution comes, will probably be allowed to keep at least one of his chauffeurs/ the late arrival even of such famous ''fat cats''/ had jousted with Nelson Rockefeller at a formal dinner for fat cats
: ''fat-catting'' ...a term applied to higher leaders who try to pad themselves with special privileges and comforts (1928+)