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"If this is true, it doesn't sit too well. It's not having wealth that is a problem but to use it to influcence others to gain power shows where the heart is."
Wow. Rudy has been campaigning for other candidates and is calling in chits. McCain is calling on 'friends' who've helped eachother. Hillary is out there practically buying South Carolina supporters. Obama OTOH is letting himself *get bought by others*.
"n elections, it's either someone truly wants to make a change for the good of USA or merely wants power."
Romney donated to conservative causes for the good of USA. I appreciate his efforts there and don't see anything wrong with it at all. It would be worse if he *DIDNT* support conservative causes!
posted on 03/11/2007 11:17:21 AM PDT
(The 4-fold path to save America - Think right, act right, speak right, vote right!)
don't see anything wrong with it at all.
I'm not saying it either - I said - if this article is to be believed - it doesn't look good. Is it worse or better than what anyone else does? Who knows - merely, commented on this article.
The Times report noted that coming on the eve of his presidential campaign, Romneys contributions might create the appearance of a conflict of interest for groups often asked to evaluate him. For example, Romney critics have already zeroed in on a $15,000 donation to Massachusetts Citizens for Life arguing that he is trying to buy the groups support. Additionally, Romney-watchers have pointed out that the contributions listed above are to groups to which he had never contributed befo...
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