Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by khayos, Oct 21, 2010.
High Tech Industry Gives More Money to Democrats - US News and World Report
Watch how fast this thread dies......
Yeah i'm going to believe the spin a right wing rage spits out. Its even disguised to look like US News and World Report. You fail. Keep expanding your universe by reading and believing this sh1t. Some day you'll be living in a card board box when the corporations have completely taken over. But then again they could be living at the same address after killing a great thing off with they're greed.
Thats straight from the dictionary cut and pasted
Wow, color me convinced. No way to argue with that ironclad logic.
You may want to forward this along to the US Chamber of Commerce. I'm sure they'd be interested in this startling revelation.
If anyone in here thinks that the dems, or repubs, aren't laopdogs for big business, you're kidding yourselves. Big business loves anyone who has power, and the people who want power, love anyone who'll help them gain it.
The power is with corporate america, both domestic and foreign.. all of this campaign stuff and subsequent election is just a mirage...
â€“ Microsoftâ€™s corporate disclosures state that the company paid the Chamber up to $999,999 in 2009 and up to $999,999 in 2010 in its minimum dues.
â€“ Proctor and Gamble paid the Chamber $3.2 million in 2009.
â€“ Outsourcing giant CSC, which specializes in IT outsourcing, paid the Chamber at least $100,000 in 2009 and $100,000 in 2010.
â€“ Intel paid the Chamber at least $100,000 in yearly dues ($100,000 in 2010, and what appears to be $100,000 in 2009).
â€“ Drug company Merck paid the Chamber $234,000 in 2008, and still counts itself as a dues-paying member of the Chamber.
â€“ Utility company Dominion Resources gave the Chamber $100,000 in 2009.
â€“ On the Chamberâ€™s Egypt Business Council website, Apache Corporation, British American Tobacco, The Blackstone Group, The Boeing Company, Cargill USA, CitiGroup, The Coca-Cola Company, ExxonMobil, Google, Microsoft Corporation, PepsiCo, Intel Corporation, Monsanto Company, Pfizer Inc, Philip Morris International combined committed an additional $375,000 to the Chamber for 2009-2010
OMFG you guys are so right, so right in your stories
Except for, ya know, facts...
Public-Employees Union Is Now Campaign's Big Spender - WSJ.com
If all this makes you feel better, and you believe that the water flows only in a single direction (towards Democrats)
how does it make you feel to know that the flow is 3x as much toward republicans from annonomous donors? Thanks to citizens United, you don't have to know who these poeple are. Its odd to see you b!tching about a UNION funding, but not at all pi$$ed at annonomous donations to a 527, that is unaccounted for funding attack ads?
or does that not matter much to you?
here: there are many ways to "contribute" to a campaign
OpenSecrets | Influence & Lobbying
Koch Industries Continues to Expand Political Influence - OpenSecrets Blog | OpenSecrets
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Lobbying Spending Up Sharply Over Same Period Last Year - OpenSecrets Blog | OpenSecrets
Chief Executive of Pharmaceutical Research Company Bankrolls Scores of Last-Minute Attacks on Democrats - OpenSecrets Blog | OpenSecrets
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