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cyclezealot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-22-08 02:50 AM
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24.  Lesser monied candidates are not denied their day
by New Hampshire; but by the national media. Without media reform, there will be little chance of real democracy for all regardless of which state goes first. After all , remember it New Hampshire and Iowa cost Clinton and Obama jointly 100 million dollars. And we think New Hampshire democracy on the cheap. I don't think so. And who did they give us. Clinton and Obama. The candidates who had an in with corporate donors.
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