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Commentary :: DNC : Media : Organizing : Politics : Social Welfare
THEIR NEW WORLD ORDER U.S. ELECTIONS OF MA$$ DECEPTION WERE RIGHT ON THE MARK$ little voting Americans...
09 Nov 2010
THERE AIN'T NO DOUBT ABOUT THESE NEW WORLD ORDER SECRET 501C4 SLU$H FUND$ ALSO CURRENTLY BEING ALLOWED TO CORRUPT OUR FUTURE ELECTION$ IN AMERICA' ....
THE GEORGE BUSH JR ~ KARL ROVE ONE WORLD ORDER RECENTLY CORRUPTED AMERICAN ELECTIVE PROCE$$ PERFORMED WELL & IS NOW READY 2 DOMINATE OUR FUTRE U.S. ELECTION$

THIS WEALTHY ELITE KARL ROVE CABAL THAT BROUGHT AMERICA WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION OBVIOUSLY HAVE ALSO INVESTED HEAVILY IN THEIR WELL PLANNED SECRET 501C4 SLU$H FUND THAT WILL CONTINUE TO BRING USA THEIR FUTURE WELL PLANNED U.S. ELECTION$ OF MA$$ DECEPTION$...

OUR AMERICAN ELECTIVE PROCE$$ HAS NOW BEEN THROWN 2 THE WOLVE$ DRE$$ED IN $HEEP$ CLOTHING...

THIS GEORGE BUSH JR ~ KARL ROVE ELITE CABAL COERCED OUR 5 CONSERVATIVE U.S. SUPREME COURT JUSTICES & 3 REPUBLICAN FEC BOARD MEMBERS TO ALL BE PART OF CHANGING our AMERICAN POLITICS THROUGH THEIR ACTIVE PARTICIPATION IN ALLOWING CORPORATIONS TO FINANCE OUR AMERICAN ELECTIONS WITH THESE SECRET 501C4 SLU$H FUND$.............................

WE HAVE ALWAYS FELT BEYOND A SHADOW OF DOUBT THAT LEGIT & STOLEN AMERICAN TAXPAYERS TARP BAILOUT $$ WERE ALSO CO~MINGLED INTO FINANCING THESE SWIFT BOAT MEDIA HIT ADS THAT THESE 501C4 GROUPS WERE INFLICTING ON CERTAIN DEMOCRATIC & TEA PARTY POLITICO'S NATION~WIDE.

THE LATEST CURRENT PUBLISHED FINANCIAL FIGURES ON THE GEORGE BUSH JR ~ KARL ROVE MISSING WALL STREET ~ BANKERS ~ AIG TARP BAILOUT FUNDING $$ is ESTIMATED TO BE 50 BILLION$$ +.

THIS CABAL WILL OBVIOUSLY HAVE SECRET STOLEN 501C4 TARP FUNDING $$ to INFLUENCE OUR FEDERAL & STATE ELECTIONS IN AMERICA FOR MANY MANY YEARS WITHOUT EVER BEING DETECTED BY ANY OF our little American voters.

LAWYERS FOR POOR AMERICANS HAS RE~PUBLISHED MANY OTHER PREVIOUS WRITEN AUTHORS ARTICLES CONCERNING THE BUSH JR ~ KARL ROVE WALL STREET ~ BANKERS ~ AIG PONZI TARP BAILOUT SCHEME AND HOW IT RELATES TO OUR FUTURE U.S. $$ ELECTION$ OF MA$$ DECEPTION.

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EDITORIAL

The Next Campaign Published: November 7, 2010

Trounced in Tuesday’s elections, some Democratic leaders are already plotting a 2012 comeback based on the same brutal big-money tactics employed so effectively this year by Republicans. Harold Ickes, a top Democratic operative and fund-raiser, told The Los Angeles Times that it was a mistake for the White House to discourage profuse spending in a fistfight.

Steve Phillips, a California fund-raiser, said fellow Democrats need to learn from the right wing. There is no question that the Republicans’ use of unlimited contributions from corporations and wealthy individuals, many of them secret, helped them recover from the Democrats’ lead in conventional fund-raising.

Spending by outside conservative groups may not have changed the overall outcome of Tuesday’s races, given the magnitude of the Republican wave, but it clearly made a difference in many close races and probably increased the number of seats lost by Democrats.

Still, the last thing the country needs is a redoubling of this virulent spending by both parties in 2012. The Supreme Court blew away the old limits on fund-raising, but parties still have it in their power to prevent 2012 from being a ferocious escalation.

Lawmakers need to require disclosure of all major campaign donations, and approve a system encouraging small contributions. The damage done to the political system this year by misleading, drive-by ads should be evidence enough. The requirement that candidates take responsibility for their ads is intended to reduce outright lies (though it hardly prevents them) and provide accountability.

But all accountability is lost when secretive groups with fuzzy names like the American Future Fund lumber into a campaign, falsely accusing Democratic House candidates of supporting a mosque at ground zero. These unrestrained outside groups became one of the crucial factors in the election.

Yes, the Democrats raised large amounts of money and often outspent Republican candidates, but the vast majority of their dollars were raised in limited and disclosed contributions to candidates and parties. Opponents railed against the influence of unions on the Democrats, but at least they knew which unions gave money and how much.

Republicans, on the other hand, made up for their outsider status by taking advantage of the new freedoms, and the public has no idea who contributed more than $100 million of their funds. In the 66 House and Senate seats that Republicans have so far won from Democrats in the election, Republicans had an average of twice as much outside spending as Democrats.

In many races where incumbent Democrats had done their own fund-raising and Republican challengers were far behind, the outside groups — many of which coordinated with one another — rushed in to help. In Pennsylvania’s 10th District, for example, the incumbent Democrat, Christopher Carney, raised three times as much money as the Republican, Tom Marino.

But thanks to aid of more than $1 million by outside groups, Mr. Marino ultimately had more money spent on his behalf, and won. Of course, there were several Democrats who prevailed against a huge tide of outside spending, including Senators Harry Reid of Nevada and Patty Murray of Washington, and some Democratic incumbents who lost even when they had the advantage in outside spending.

But over all, the batting average of the Republican outside groups was strong: the American Future Fund won 76 percent of the races to which it contributed; the U.S. Chamber of Commerce won 63 percent; the Crossroads groups, founded by Karl Rove, won 58 percent. Lawmakers who really want to change Washington’s broken system should demand a fairer, more open contest in the new campaign that has already begun. A version of this editorial appeared in print on November 8, 2010, on page A24 of the New York edition. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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