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November 08, 2014, 07:53:06 PM
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The network of political and policy groups backed by the shadowy liberal donor club the Democracy Alliance was responsible for more than one of every three dollars spent by super PACs during the 2014 election cycle, public records show.

Members of the Democracy Alliance network that disclose political spending dropped more than $250 million on the midterms, according to data reported to the Federal Election Commission.


http://freebeacon.com/politics/democracy-alliance-network-behind-a-third-of-2014-super-pac-spending/


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November 09, 2014, 05:33:15 AM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.
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November 10, 2014, 04:14:28 PM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.


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November 10, 2014, 07:13:46 PM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.


We still haven't got an equivalent to the Koch brothers network, no doubt there are rich people on both sides trying to influence the elections.
Would be interesting to know the actual amounts of bribes donations
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November 11, 2014, 04:48:48 AM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.
The dems actually outspent the republicans overall and outspent them in many competitive races that the republicans ended up winning.

The reason why democrats cry wolf about "evil money" is because it comes from corporations and business groups when it goes to republicans, however the large sums of money that democrats receive generally come from labor groups which is not considered "evil money" in the eyes of democrats
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November 11, 2014, 04:51:04 AM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.


We still haven't got an equivalent to the Koch brothers network, no doubt there are rich people on both sides trying to influence the elections.
Would be interesting to know the actual amounts of bribes donations

Members of the Democracy Alliance network that disclose political spending dropped more than $250 million on the midterms, according to data reported to the Federal Election Commission.

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November 11, 2014, 04:59:55 AM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.
The dems actually outspent the republicans overall and outspent them in many competitive races that the republicans ended up winning.

The reason why democrats cry wolf about "evil money" is because it comes from corporations and business groups when it goes to republicans, however the large sums of money that democrats receive generally come from labor groups which is not considered "evil money" in the eyes of democrats


Another not considered "evil money" man in the eyes of democrats. I mean come on! His last name is a palindrome!!!! That is straight up james bond villain level to me... And yet.






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November 11, 2014, 05:19:20 AM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.
The dems actually outspent the republicans overall and outspent them in many competitive races that the republicans ended up winning.

The reason why democrats cry wolf about "evil money" is because it comes from corporations and business groups when it goes to republicans, however the large sums of money that democrats receive generally come from labor groups which is not considered "evil money" in the eyes of democrats


Another not considered "evil money" man in the eyes of democrats. I mean come on! His last name is a palindrome!!!! That is straight up james bond villain level to me... And yet.



LOL. Well I would certainly say that he at least looks like a villain in the bond movies. 
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November 12, 2014, 07:10:50 PM
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Are we surprised both parties have extremely wealthy people spending outrageous sums of money to try and sway elections?

I'm not.

Are we surprised the democrats would be accusing the republicans of getting evil money while doing the same thing and outspending them many fold?

I am not.
The dems actually outspent the republicans overall and outspent them in many competitive races that the republicans ended up winning.

The reason why democrats cry wolf about "evil money" is because it comes from corporations and business groups when it goes to republicans, however the large sums of money that democrats receive generally come from labor groups which is not considered "evil money" in the eyes of democrats

No doubt the democrats have done a better job villifying corporate spending. Labor unions are a huge special interest, and just as corrupt as corporations. Any time you get a group with that much money or support, they become concerned with keeping their political power. Doesn't matter if it's a union, for-profit corporation, non-profit corporation, church, or whatever. All powerful groups become obsessed with keeping/increasing their power, and this leads them to do evil things in pursuit of that.
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