Not really. It is after all a law, and laws can be voted out, if the pols. get enough pressure.
As I've said before this IS an election year, that means the lads and lasses are going to be coming around looking for your support and vote. Grill em on this!
It's one thing to sit here and complain, it's another to actually DO something.
remember it's the squeeky wheel that gets the grease.
posted on 01/15/2004 8:12:40 AM PST
(We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.)
To: Valin; CounterCounterCulture; RaceBannon
As I've said before this IS an election year, that means the lads and lasses are going to be coming around looking for your support and vote. Grill em on this! WTMBTTT
posted on 01/15/2004 8:13:58 AM PST
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I congratulate you on your optimism, but I don't share it. This law is too bad to ever be repealed or overturned, especially if you understand what purpose it actually serves. It wasn't written to get money out of politics as we've been told. It won't do that. What it does, and what it is intended to do, is to serve as an incumbent protection law for politicians. Why would they repeal that? Idealism? Get real.
Thank you President Bush for betraying us again.
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