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Neil Macdonald

Neil's opinion on the decision to allow unlimited spending on elections in the USA.

 

http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/new-u-s-election-rules-open-donation-spigots-for-the-very-rich-1.259859...

But here's a question: If Republicans are indeed the party of the average voter, as they insist, and the Democrats are elitists backed by Hollywood millionaires, as Republicans also insist, why are Republicans now so intent on tearing down the campaign finance laws that they themselves played such a role in creating?

 

Perhaps it is because the Republicans are not the party of the average voter, and they know they will never replicate what Obama did.

 

They have become foot soldiers for the people who really run this country, as the dark comic George Carlin used to say.

 

But this is America, and that role is not just permissible, it's constitutional.

 

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Honored Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald

Canuck - Obama and the left bought the 2008 election, it was no coincidence that George Soros and Barack Obama fit hand in glove on the issues. 

 

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/10/the_buying_of_the_presidency_2.html  

 

Just because millions of retarded fools sent in 5 or 10 bucks to Obama in hopes of it being an investment of free stuff that would be legally stolen for them, does not make it a legitimate grass roots movement.  It actually did turn out to be a good investment for the $10 fools (short term) and a great for those purposely wanting to destroy this country like the communist Rothchilds.

Senior Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald

Things were much more fair when the DNC could just send a press release to the state department of the media and then they run it for days on end disguised as a news story.

Senior Contributor

Re: Neil Macdonald

So you are saying it is Ok for the rich to buy elections with millions of $ and the average person giving less than $100 does not make any difference?

That government will do the bidding of the rich is the way it will be.

 

I think that was what Neil was saying.

Senior Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald


@Canuck_2 wrote:

So you are saying it is Ok for the rich to buy elections with millions of $ and the average person giving less than $100 does not make any difference?

That government will do the bidding of the rich is the way it will be.

 

I think that was what Neil was saying.


And Obama is no exception to that assertion.

Honored Advisor

Re: Neil Macdonald

I'm not saying that its "okay" for elections to be bought ever, but your Neil wasn't too concerned when frontman George Soros was tampering with the 08 and'12 US elections....fricken Nazi sympathizer.