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  •  We need some verbiage adjustment here. (2+ / 0-)
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    ichibon, jasan

    Rounds did NOT "raise" hundreds of thousands of dollars. His campaign is a beg and borrow operation by a person who apparently doesn't know that donors expect a return when they lend dollars to a politician.
    It seems strange, but the candidates put forward by the party of business apparently don't know how money works.

    On the other hand, " not hurting voters" is a really low bar, or blow. Politicians are supposed to be about serving/helping the electorate. Imposing restrictions on citizens is an insubordinate act. Servants do not impose on employers. If they do, they are worse than thieves because thieves have not represented themselves as trustworthy. Dogs not biting the hand that feeds them are nothing to tout.

    Republicans seem to be used to being abused by politicians. Nevertheless, when authority (the electorate) stands silent in the face of abuse,,it becomes complicit. That goes for the Democratic Party, as well.

    We organize governments to deliver services and prevent abuse.

    by hannah on Fri Jul 05, 2013 at 01:17:42 PM PDT

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