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Old August 21st, 2012, 05:08 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by A.Nonymous View Post
Democrats whining about super PACs always amuses me. It's been pretty well documented that they've started super PACs of their own and had limited success. Wealthy Democrats just won't open their wallets for them. Republicans raise more money than Democrats because their donors are more willing to give.
Yeh, the serfs got conditioned by the false heresy of, "trust but verify". It's a blessed joy Saint Romney is conditioning the unworthy to obey the divine right of the sociopathic rich, or at least their servants, by not providing tax returns for the unworthy to determine if said Saint is [Fill-In-The-Blank].

I beg my, [Fill-In-The-Blank], who is of full so of [Fill-In-The-Blank], due to his forgiveness of his Masters forgiveness of his hopeful servitude to the blessed Koch brothers, who's lawsuit against his Mother, would have resulted in death by stoning, by accepted [Fill-In-The-Blank] doctrine.

Yeh, who is so anointed by the sociopathic rich, who need not provide proof of "It's been pretty well documented that [Democrats] started super PACs of their own and had limited success."

This heresy must be punished "As noted, Super PACs were made possible by two judicial decisions. "First, in January 2010 the U.S. Supreme Court held in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission that government may not prohibit unions and corporations from making independent expenditure for political purposes. Two months later, in v. FEC, the Federal Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit held that contributions to groups that only make independent expenditures could not be limited in the size and source of contributions to the group.[7]"

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Yeh, it is gospel that the sociopathic rich are divine, blessed be the Saints. Crime boss - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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