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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 04:51 PM
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Who is funding our candidates? The top contributors to each candidate (with amount given)
I posted something similar a few days ago but this data is more extensive and lists the amount of money each contributor is giving. It is good to know who is financing our candidates.

Top employees of contributors, plus Act Blue

Hillary Clinton

DLA Piper $284,620
Citigroup Inc $158,145
Skadden, Arps et al $135,060
Goldman Sachs $131,850
Morgan Stanley $127,700
Cablevision Systems $113,425
Kirkland & Ellis $110,200
Greenberg Traurig LLP $108,400
Time Warner $103,220
Blank Rome LLP $96,500
Merrill Lynch $96,300
Viacom Inc $93,200
JP Morgan Chase & Co $89,100
Patton Boggs $88,805
Lehman Brothers $83,650
Credit Suisse Group $80,950
Avenue Capital Group $80,600
News Corp $78,650
Bear Stearns $78,350
Ernst & Young $78,250

Baracok Obama

Goldman Sachs $310,001
Lehman Brothers $219,860
Exelon Corp $190,652
Sidley Austin LLP $189,365
Citadel Investment Group $169,000
JP Morgan Chase & Co $154,455
Citigroup Inc $154,116
UBS AG $142,200
Jones, Day et al $131,333
Time Warner $107,751
Skadden, Arps et al $107,656
Harvard University $106,435
Kirkland & Ellis $103,101
Jenner & Block $101,264
WilmerHale $92,310
University of California $88,346
Morgan Stanley $87,335
UBS Americas $85,130
Viacom Inc $80,399
Proskauer Rose $79,600

John Edwards

ActBlue $1,306,338
Fortress Investment Group $187,850
Stearns, Weaver et al $108,500
Lerach, Coughlin et al $92,304
Goldman Sachs $78,400
Watts Law Firm $61,000
Beasley, Allen et al $59,150
Skadden, Arps et al $55,200
Whitten, Nelson et al $54,300
Deutsche Bank North America $49,700
Sidley Austin LLP $43,000
Citigroup Inc $42,654
Brent Coon & Assoc $41,550
Motley Rice LLC $40,800
Girardi & Keese $39,100
Brayton Purcell $36,900
Weitz & Luxenberg $36,500
Baron & Budd $32,900
Waters & Kraus $32,200
Kramer, Dillof et al $31,800

Bill Richardson

State of New Mexico $244,730
ActBlue $238,285
American Income Life Insurance $34,300
University of New Mexico $31,950
Sutin, Thayer & Browne $31,365
BGK Group $27,500
National Recreation Properties $20,700
Forest City Enterprises $20,100
Qwest Communications $19,100
Brownstein, Hyatt et al $18,650
Time Warner $18,300
PNM Resources $15,700
Viacom Inc $15,150
Cozen & O'Connor $14,650
Western Refining $14,500
Modrall Sperling Law Firm $14,000
Lions Gate Entertainment $13,800
Labaton, Sucharow & Rudoff $13,800
Energy Solutions $13,800
Herzog Contracting Corp $13,800

Joe Biden

Simmons Cooper LLC $66,400
Bank of America $42,400
Cooney & Conway $40,800
Pachulski, Stang et al $39,000
Weitz & Luxenberg $36,800
Weil, Gotshal & Manges $33,300
Young, Conaway et al $30,804
Broadway Partners $29,900
Law Offices of Peter G Angelos $29,900
Colleran, O'Hara & Mills $27,600
Boies, Schiller & Flexner $26,800
Kasowitz, Benson et al $25,700
Skadden, Arps et al $24,050
Adler Group $23,650
Thornton & Naumes $23,200
Clifford Law Offices $23,000
Duane Morris LLP $20,400
Cushman & Wakefield $19,500
Comcast Corp $18,900
Clifford Chance LLP $18,850

Chris Dodd

SAC Capital Advisors $349,700
Citigroup Inc $147,550
United Technologies $137,250
Royal Bank of Scotland $121,950
Bear Stearns $120,350
Goldman Sachs $99,000
St Paul Travelers Companies $98,800
The Hartford $93,700
AIG Financial Products $81,800
Merrill Lynch $73,400
PricewaterhouseCoopers $61,800
Morgan Stanley $58,100
Taconic Capital Advisors $56,100
Credit Suisse Securities $54,300
JP Morgan Chase & Co $50,700
Aqr Capital Management $50,600
UBS Americas $48,650
Liberty Mutual Insurance $45,550
Bank of America $44,450
UST Inc $42,050

Dennis Kucinich

Institute For Democracy Studies $6,300
Krasner Law Office $4,200
Conval School District $2,300
Kayline Enterprises $2,300
Swig Weiler & Arnow $2,300
Free Reign $2,300
FMG Inc $2,300
Joyce $2,300
Shirley Bogs Estate $2,100
Case Western Reserve University $2,000
Western Washington University $2,000
NBC Studios $1,600
Shogakukan Publishers $1,500
Mt Sinai Hospital $1,500
Prison Health Service $1,500
Hands on Technology Transfer $1,500
Cisco Systems $1,300
Farm Credit Services $1,250
Group Health Permanente $1,100
Hanley Wood $1,000

Mike Gravel

Decode Biostructures $2,008
Apple Inc $1,000
Ccg $1,000
Witness for Peace $1,000
Urburn Univiersity $1,000
VOTEC Corp $1,000
Worldwide Media $1,000
Ogim $1,000
Pac $685
Whole Foods Market $580
Raynault Foundation $500
ESE Engineers $500
Compucom Systems $500
Harry Jones Co $500
Berbee Information Networks $500
Smith Mullin Pc $500
Central Coast Alliance for Health $500
Los Angeles County $500
Roncari Development $500
US Government $500

Top industries

Hillary Clinton

1


Lawyers/Law Firms


$6,259,925

2


Securities & Investment


$3,330,325

3


Real Estate


$2,746,039

4


Retired


$2,672,926

5


Business Services


$1,677,585

6


Misc Business


$1,625,380

7


TV/Movies/Music


$1,563,948

8


Misc Finance


$1,118,115

9


Health Professionals


$998,851

10


Education


$973,531

11


Hedge Funds


$703,600

12


Computers/Internet


$622,955

13


Printing & Publishing


$577,941

14


Commercial Banks


$492,725

15


Retail Sales


$489,928

16


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$478,958

17


Misc Manufacturing & Distributing


$464,030

18


Lobbyists


$413,140

19


Non-Profit Institutions


$400,885

20


Insurance


$341,240

Barack Obama

1


Lawyers/Law Firms


$5,471,423

2


Retired


$3,218,528

3


Securities & Investment


$3,156,174

4


Misc Business


$1,931,060

5


Education


$1,367,384

6


Real Estate


$1,337,529

7


TV/Movies/Music


$1,302,072

8


Business Services


$1,236,671

9


Misc Finance


$909,075

10


Health Professionals


$701,993

11


Hedge Funds


$652,105

12


Commercial Banks


$607,259

13


Printing & Publishing


$602,672

14


Computers/Internet


$580,972

15


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$450,205

16


Non-Profit Institutions


$309,013

17


Insurance


$258,172

18


Hospitals/Nursing Homes


$250,239

19


Other


$243,070

20


Retail Sales


$235,187

John Edwards

1


Lawyers/Law Firms


$6,541,388

2


Democratic/Liberal


$1,336,868

3


Retired


$946,096

4


Securities & Investment


$668,590

5


Real Estate


$500,870

6


TV/Movies/Music


$378,342

7


Business Services


$325,633

8


Misc Business


$269,682

9


Education


$267,384

10


Health Professionals


$254,297

11


Misc Finance


$249,493

12


Hedge Funds


$218,290

13


Printing & Publishing


$151,928

14


Computers/Internet


$145,003

15


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$136,967

16


Commercial Banks


$131,876

17


Insurance


$83,737

18


Other


$73,455

19


Non-Profit Institutions


$63,704

20


Retail Sales


$63,600

Bill Richardson

1


Misc Business


$1,767,924

2


Retired


$1,319,158

3


Lawyers/Law Firms


$861,022

4


Real Estate


$418,775

5


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$354,043

6


Securities & Investment


$351,000

7


Democratic/Liberal


$250,235

8


Business Services


$206,474

9


Education


$203,685

10


TV/Movies/Music


$165,150

11


Misc Finance


$161,150

12


General Contractors


$135,500

13


Health Professionals


$131,225

14


Oil & Gas


$95,950

15


Insurance


$91,183

16


Hedge Funds


$85,900

17


Commercial Banks


$83,000

18


Crop Production & Basic Processing


$77,600

19


Hospitals/Nursing Homes


$76,200

20


Lobbyists


$67,400

Joe Biden

1


Lawyers/Law Firms


$1,546,518

2


Real Estate


$328,784

3


Retired


$258,386

4


Misc Business


$254,796

5


Securities & Investment


$250,900

6


Misc Finance


$151,500

7


Business Services


$134,968

8


Commercial Banks


$102,250

9


Lobbyists


$90,050

10


Misc Manufacturing & Distributing


$85,179

11


Health Professionals


$74,050

12


Education


$65,205

13


TV/Movies/Music


$63,200

14


Insurance


$61,325

15


General Contractors


$53,000

16


Retail Sales


$42,900

17


Food & Beverage


$41,650

18


Printing & Publishing


$39,200

19


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$35,775

20


Special Trade Contractors


$29,350

Chris Dodd

1


Securities & Investment


$2,200,916

2


Lawyers/Law Firms


$827,940

3


Hedge Funds


$726,950

4


Insurance


$592,950

5


Real Estate


$582,783

6


Misc Business


$413,045

7


Commercial Banks


$352,500

8


Retired


$250,400

9


Misc Finance


$216,232

10


TV/Movies/Music


$186,820

11


Accountants


$175,900

12


Lobbyists


$174,050

13


Business Services


$160,100

14


Education


$121,516

15


Defense Aerospace


$116,200

16


Misc Manufacturing & Distributing


$102,200

17


Finance/Credit Companies


$95,800

18


Health Professionals


$66,250

19


General Contractors


$59,900

20


Non-Profit Institutions


$59,700

Dennis Kucinich

1


Retired


$56,523

2


Misc Business


$46,707

3


Education


$15,460

4


TV/Movies/Music


$10,143

5


Health Professionals


$7,900

6


Lawyers/Law Firms


$7,236

7


Real Estate


$6,800

8


Non-Profit Institutions


$6,550

9


Misc Finance


$6,400

10


Printing & Publishing


$4,801

11


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$3,690

12


Computers/Internet


$2,750

13


Business Services


$2,450

14


Hospitals/Nursing Homes


$2,036

15


Agricultural Services/Products


$1,250

15


Other


$1,250

17


Health Services/HMOs


$1,100

18


Human Rights


$1,000

19


Pharmaceuticals/Health Products


$800

20


Securities & Investment


$750

Mike Gravel

1


Retired


$8,177

2


Misc Finance


$3,500

3


Misc Business


$3,250

4


Computers/Internet


$1,600

5


Civil Servants/Public Officials


$1,500

6


TV/Movies/Music


$1,150

7


Health Professionals


$1,000

7


General Contractors


$1,000

7


Environment


$1,000

10


Business Services


$800

11


Education


$700

12


Food Processing & Sales


$580

13


Printing & Publishing


$545

14


Non-Profit Institutions


$500

14


Lawyers/Law Firms


$500

16


Real Estate


$300

17


Securities & Investment


$250

18


Construction Services


$200

19


Other


$150

20


Hospitals/Nursing Homes


$100

20


Retail Sales


$100

http://www.opensecrets.org/
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madfloridian Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 04:55 PM
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1. Edwards' top contributor...Act Blue.
:applause:

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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:00 PM
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2. And by a mile! nt
Edited on Fri Jul-27-07 05:01 PM by draft_mario_cuomo
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Virginia Dare Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:04 PM
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4. Labor groups have been having phenomenal success..
with their fund-raising, especially SEIU. I think you will see an all out push soon from them for Edwards. They probably will want to do anything they can to keep HRC off the ballot. They are already making their presence known in Iowa.
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Like It Is Donating Member (495 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 03:23 AM
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29. So, What is your point?
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Virginia Dare Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:02 PM
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3. Interesting thanks for the info...n/t
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:52 PM
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7. No problem nt
:hi:
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Syrinx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:11 PM
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5. state of New Mexico donated to Richardson?
That's odd.
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dragonlady Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:50 PM
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6. The original post should read "employers"
The Richardson donors were state of New Mexico employees.
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 05:52 PM
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8. You are correct. Sorry for that mistake. Unfortunately, the editing period has expired nt
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dragonlady Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 06:05 PM
Response to Reply #8
9. That's how it goes sometimes! n/t
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bonito Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:15 PM
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10. K&R
This info speaks louder than words, thanks for this. :thumbsup:
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:42 PM
Response to Reply #10
13. No problem
:hi:
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HughMoran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:22 PM
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11. News Corp - aren't they Faux News?
Am I missing something ??
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CTD Donating Member (732 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:29 PM
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12. One in the same
In case you missed it, Rupert Murdoch held a fundraiser for Clinton a few months ago.
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HughMoran Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 11:28 PM
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16. Yes, I do remember that
I am just shocked to see News Corp as such a large supporter.

To me, and this may sound a little over the top, but accepting money from News Corp is like taking money from Klansman.
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snowbear Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:48 PM
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14. Who the hell is "Baracok" ?


"Baracok Obama"


.......

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cui bono Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 11:35 PM
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17. Was that intentional? n/t
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:49 AM
Response to Reply #14
24. So the spelling police is finally here
:boring:
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Big Pappa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jul-27-07 10:49 PM
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15. How the hell
does the state the state of NM contribute to Gov. Richardson. Is that legal?
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superkia Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 12:16 AM
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18. Mike Gravel said at the end of the debate
follow the purse, all these guys are in someones pocket. He was being honest, hes definately not in anyones pocket with the lowest contributions. But if you speak the truth, the media turns you into a craaazy person. Kind of like when I talk to many people about the govs. intentions and bigger plans....they just say your crazy or well cant do anything about it? Idiots!
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Big Pappa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 12:40 AM
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19.  self delete
Edited on Sat Jul-28-07 12:41 AM by Big Pappa
n/t
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:50 AM
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25. It doesn't. The list is of employers of contributors
Edited on Sat Jul-28-07 02:02 AM by draft_mario_cuomo
Employees of the state of NM are contributing to NM. I made a mistake and wrote "employees" instead of "employers" in the OP and by the time it was caught the editing period had expired. Corporations and governments cannot directly funnel money into a campaign. What corporations can do, though, is "encourage" their employees--especially their top employees--to contribute to a particular candidate, often via bundling. Bundling is what Gravel was pointing out during the debate regarding Obama and that bank.
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Big Pappa Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 02:16 AM
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28. Thanx
I knew something was not kosher with that.
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goodhue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 12:46 AM
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20. good information
Thanks for posting this. Of course these are lists of employers of contributers. Which explains why Gravel got $500 from the US government.
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cui bono Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:05 AM
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21. Employers of contributors?
Is that why Obama has so many corporations on his list when I keep hearing how he doesn't take special interest money?

Why would it show up as the company rather than individual donations?

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goodhue Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:19 AM
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22. If an individual contributes more than $200 they must disclose their employer
Contributions from corporations themselves are prohibited
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cui bono Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:33 AM
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23. Then that list is quite misleading, no? n/t
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:54 AM
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27. No
Edited on Sat Jul-28-07 02:02 AM by draft_mario_cuomo
First, employees of those organizations have an interest in their companies doing well. They are naturally going to gravitate toward candidates who are favorable to their employer. Second, while corporations cannot directly finance candidates they can "encourage" their employees--especially their top ones--to donate to a particular candidate or candidates. One way to do so is "bundling", which is what Gravel was talking about during the debate.
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Milo_Bloom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 04:24 AM
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32. Yes.
It assumes that all employees at corporations are slaves to the corporations.

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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 01:52 AM
Response to Reply #20
26. Thank you
:hi:

Yes, I made a mistake and by the time it was caught the editing period had expired. It should read "employers", not "employees" in the OP.
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Like It Is Donating Member (495 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 03:38 AM
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30. Proof that this country needs Public Financing of Elections!
They are buying at the very least, access to the winning candidate. That's what is wrong with America. You can see who is the most bought and paid for, Hillary and Barack.
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nealmhughes Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 03:49 AM
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31. As I show my students: Raw sorted data. It is up to you to make the connections yourself.
Edited on Sat Jul-28-07 03:50 AM by nealmhughes
I think it shows a lot, and I don't need to post what it is; any addition of my opinion would be a typing exercise.
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OneBlueSky Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jul-28-07 05:52 AM
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33. looks like the next Democratic president will be a real friend to . . .
the banking and credit card industries . . . not a good omen for consumers, imo . . .
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Like It Is Donating Member (495 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 04:20 PM
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34. Not if we choose wisely.
My Candidate is not bought and paid for.
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Casper Donating Member (121 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 05:53 PM
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35. Should candidates refuse or return money?
Are you suggesting that candidates should be reviewing each and every contribution and refuse or return contributions from employees of certain corporations or organizations? Where is this list of "forbidden" corps and orgs? Do these rules extend to labor unions, as well? Say I work for one of these bad corps but I disagree with their political leanings and want to affect change so I contribute to a Dem, am I guilty by association? Or, should I not work for them because they are bad? Or not contribute?
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draft_mario_cuomo Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 06:03 PM
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36. No
Edited on Sun Jul-29-07 06:03 PM by draft_mario_cuomo
But we should take who is funding candidates into account when assessing them and what they would do as president. For instance, when you have one candidate claiming to be an agent of change but who raises more on Wall Street then H. Clinton and McCain combined(2nd and 3rd on Wall Street) and almost as much as Giuliani, McCain, and Romney combined we need to ask ourselves how much of a change agent can such a candidate be... We know what corporate America wants. We know they are no stupid. They invest in things and candidates who will deliver results for them.
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loyalsister Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 06:51 PM
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37. Missing information.......
The number of times other candidates or their representatives sought funding from the sources that are funding the top tier candidates.

Some probably sought or even got meetings.

Although I would venture not Gravel or Kucinich.
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LWolf Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Jul-29-07 10:24 PM
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38. Good information, thanks. n/t
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