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That might just be the dumbest question ever. The only ones giving money are Insurance companies, oil companies, auto makers, gun makers, deffense industry, airlines, hospitals, mortgage companies, utility companies, I m sure I missed a bunch.... Damn crooks, they could be holding a will work for food sign and I still wouldn't give them money
I contribute only to Ron Burgandy. And Ron Paul, but only because his name is Ron.
Voting for the lesser of two evils is S.O.P. when voting. This is one pathetic political system we have here. We judge who we vote for by our belief in the one who will hurt of less... Forgone conclusion we are going to get, what is it called when you drive a screw into a wall??? most of us don't even get a kiss anymore. How sad...
I am active in campaigning and have volunteered much time and production skills. Does that count?
As far as contributing money goes, I resent the fact that we have to buy democracy (yes, I know the US is not a democracy, but you know what I mean).
In my case, I do believe that the person I'm campaigning for is much, much, much better than the incumbent and will be a good person to have in office, but even if it's a vote for the lesser of two evils, isn't that worth voting for?
Can you substantiate that claim? Or is it just.... wait for it... wait.... wait... Ready? Knee jerk Liberal rhetoric!!!
Most people probably help fund political campaigns unknowingly. For example, every time you give money to Susan G. Komen, you're helping fund Republican activities.
I contribute monthly to the Obama campaign and I am astonished that such a large number do not contribute to any of the political parties.
They are lucky to get my vote.
WHY GIVE THEM MONEY, THEY WILL GET ENOUGH SOON AS THEY GET IN OFFICE.
Not only no, but hell no!
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