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ipaint Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-17-10 05:49 PM
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78. It doesn't matter anymore. They are too far gone.
$30,000 a head fundraiser??? Just who do they think those of us who are struggling to make half that a year are going to vote for. It doesn't get much clearer who they represent than shameless open bribery. The lesser of two evils has been a political strategy for both parties for decades but someone better tell the totally out of touch elite in Washington that the party is just about over.

You can only get away with the gluttony and hoarding when there is a semblance of a large middle class. They've taken down their cover and now millions more former middle and lower middle class people don't have any wealth and face a life of slave wages. This coming year their numbers should increase by tens of millions again.

When you are destitute or close to it your bullshit meter goes on high alert. This kind of pandering to the criminals who brought this country and it's people down in the last three decades is political suicide.
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