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McCain-Soros Toppled GOP Candidates
HUMAN EVENTS ^ | Nov 21, 2006 | Rabbi Aryeh Spero

Posted on 11/24/2006 5:53:57 PM PST by neverdem

"The Republicans lost because they were too conservative." "No, not conservative enough." "They lost because they disappointed the religious right." "No, because they are too tied to the religious right."

Many of us feel the loss was due to what I call "McCain-Soros."

Ever since the passage of McCain-Feingold, money has poured into organizations such as MoveOn.org, which in turn demonizes Republicans, painting a portrait of them as the incarnation of evil. The ads have had as their goal one thing: leaving a sour taste in the mouth of the electorate over anything Republican, conservative or religious. It has worked. The soft Republican, such as Sen. Lincoln Chaffee, went down with the tough Republican, such as Sen. Rick Santorum.

These ads, paid for by George Soros, Peter Lewis and other multi-millionaire leftists are the direct result of, and have been made possible by, the passage of McCain-Feingold, which opened the door to unlimited spending by left-wing fat cats on behalf of liberal candidates and causes. Until its passage, contributions were, basically, limited to the political parties and candidates themselves, but with a cap. Until the passage of McCain-Feingold, a cap was placed on how much Soros could underwrite in his lust for power and influence.

Sen. John McCain (R.-Ariz.) has made it possible for George Soros and other billionaire transnationalists to effect and determine the outcome of our elections and thus U.S. destiny, indeed world destiny. And that is exactly what the wealthy internationalists have always craved.

Certainly, McCain was aware that if the most liberal member of the Senate, Russ Feingold (D.-Wis.), was pushing a piece of legislation, its purpose was not to help conservative causes but the far left ones that are Feingold's life's mission. Indeed, Feingold had a hard time finding a sponsor across the aisle willing to proffer the "bipartisan" aura he needed to gain passage for this liberal dream.

Feingold understood, as we now all do, the Achilles’ heel of John McCain. To wit: I am the "cleaner" and wiser Republican. I stand out from the pack. "Take the dirty money out of politics" became McCain's slogan. He did, and now we have the "clean" money of George Soros and Peter Lewis, so clean that it can be spread around, infinitely, for every left-wing cause. It was noble, a campaign finance "reform," so befitting of Mr. Noble.

President Bush did not veto it. We didn't fight it, assured that it would be overturned by the courts as "limiting free speech." But, it wasn't overturned. Everyone passed the buck hoping that the next link in the process would stop it.

Democrats since Bill Clinton do one thing: they campaign every day as if it is the day preceding an election. They demonize Republicans, our motives. The message they telegraph is not so much about our policy but our "sinister" goals. It is Halliburton, profiteering from war, mean-spiritedness, dogmatism over compassion. It is 24/7/365.

The purpose of the ads is not to illuminate their political positions. It is to destroy the Republican candidate and officeholder, the persona of the conservative. Through osmosis -- after a five year daily barrage of ads on radio, TV and in newspapers -- it appears to have worked.

Republicans, on the other hand, don't begin serious campaigning until the month before the election and have never learned the Goebbles technique so familiar, and comfortable, to Democrats: demonize the person, demonize the group. Do so every day, until respectable people find it offensive to be associated with, let alone vote for, such terrible people. The Muslims are doing it against Israel, against Jews, and they are indeed swaying Europe, prevailing.

The paid-for-by-Soros ads contributed mightily to the Republican defeat. Having won the House and Senate, Democrats can save some money by no longer having to pay for as many ads since they will use their committee positions to demonize and destroy conservatives through Democrat witch hunts under chairmen who have a Torquemada/Inquisition-like intent toward those they are "investigating." Instead of paid ads, the mainstream media will for free, as news, nightly furnish Americans the audios and visuals from the congressional hearings -- the images -- that will make anyone associated with the Republican party look like a thief, greedy, a conspirator -- Al Capone.

Companies that contributed too much to Republican candidates will be hauled in and scrutinized under a series of bogus charges. The public will love it, for the Democrats and 527s have spent the last few years laying the demonization groundwork regarding companies such as Exxon, Phillip Morris, Merck, Diebold, Halliburton, Wal-Mart: big oil, big tobacco, big pharmaceutical, giant retailers, etc. If "smart," these companies will mend their ways and learn their lesson regarding who should be the major beneficiary of their contributions. After all, inquisitors simply want and always accept repentance.

So thank you, John McCain, for your tireless efforts in behalf of McCain-Soros, clean money and motives and "reform." You have helped bring your party down. Thanks for being the gang leader of the “Gang of 14,” which stood in the way of up-or-down confirmation of conservative justices. Hats off to you for redefining torture so that effective interrogation of jihadists is forever impossible. As a reward, you wish, now, to lead the party and become its Presidential nominee and standard bearer. I don't think so.


TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Editorial; Front Page News; News/Current Events; US: District of Columbia
KEYWORDS: cfr; feingold; fredthompson; mccain; mccainfeingold; mccainsoros; mccaintruthfile; nowaymccain; rmsp; soros; spero; traitorjohn
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To: neverdem

McCain got his revenge.


51 posted on 11/25/2006 9:36:21 AM PST by Delphinium
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To: nwrep
Wow, really? I wish there were more Democrats like him.

I wish more democrats would commit treason against their party like he does.
52 posted on 11/25/2006 9:40:22 AM PST by Delphinium
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To: neverdem

The author is even MORE RIGHT than he knows... Soros wasn't just a fatcat that took advantage of McCain-Feingold, he was the huge fatcat that HELPED PASS IT to begin with so he could then pour multi-millions into our political system to defeat Republicans.

The article below is a must-read and completely details the course of Soros' billions changing and exploiting our campaign system... it's horrifying how much he has accomplished.

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Soros' "Reform"
By James O. E. Norell
First Freedoms | May 31, 2004


"If there were an illustration accompanying the word "hypocrisy" in the dictionary, it would be an engraving of globalist billionaire George Soros."

"Soros, one of the richest men in the world, backed campaign finance reform with huge cash donations to a wide variety of Washington "reform" special interest groups to accomplish what his funding conduit called an effort "to reduce the corrupting influence of very large donors" and to ban pre-election "issue advocacy" ads by groups like the NRA."

"Now, arch-reformer Soros is pouring perhaps as much as $30-million of his own money into left-wing "progressive" organizations he believes are uniquely inoculated against the restrictions of the very law Soros bought and paid for – restrictions like the ban on broadcast political advertising."

{snip}

"Without Soros spending at least $18 million to fund an army of the slickest "public interest" D.C. lobbyists and PR spin meisters, it is doubtful that McCain-Feingold would have become law. Soros was the hand in the sock-puppet."

{snip}



http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Printable.asp?ID=13584





53 posted on 11/25/2006 10:09:22 AM PST by Tamzee (Thomas Jefferson - "Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.")
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To: TigersEye

Great set of links, thanks.

You might also want to check out the article I indicated in post #53 about Soros' years-long involvement in sabotaging our political system... and how far he has gotten now with McCain's direct help :-(


54 posted on 11/25/2006 10:12:01 AM PST by Tamzee (Thomas Jefferson - "Every difference of opinion is not a difference of principle.")
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To: arthurus

No, McCain is not a democrate he is a Republican. See he has an R after his name on the ballot, so if we don't vote for him we are voting for a democrat. Ahhhh, my nuts just fell off!!!


55 posted on 11/25/2006 10:22:46 AM PST by Modok
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To: Mo1
RE: or will they give us all another Clinton Administration like they did before?

IMHO, the Clintons have to split the right to win the WH and so the Clintons need a Ross Perot for '08.

And it is starting to look like maybe Tancredo is it.

I am keeping a close eye on that double agent conservative Pat Buchanan too.

If he plays true to form, Buchanan will be supporting the vote splitter.

56 posted on 11/25/2006 10:35:33 AM PST by concrete is my business (place, consolidate, finish)
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To: concrete is my business

I think that's what they are planning on doing also


57 posted on 11/25/2006 10:44:05 AM PST by Mo1 (Thank You Mr & Mrs "I'm gonna teach you a lesson" Voter ... you just screwed us on so many levels)
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To: neverdem
CFR

President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.
President Bush did not veto it.

At what point do we get it?

McCain is a dirty filthy, back stabbing, egoistical insane RINO

Bush is a great leader, good politician, overall I think he is a stand up guy and I'm sure glad he is in the oval office instead of Gore or Kerry.

He may be all those things, but he is not the leader of Reagan conservatives

58 posted on 11/25/2006 10:55:20 AM PST by Popman ("What I was doing wasn't living, it was dying. I really think God had better plans for me.")
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To: Just mythoughts

'I feel' generations have their brains on sensory reactions and

I agree to a point.
Reagan connected with people. So did Clinton. And they reached out to the public over the noise of the MSM each time they were in trouble.
W doesn't do that.
Elections are won and lost by a candidate's strength and his ability to connect with his constituency. To a lesser degree the Party's image has an impact on the voting public.
In many ways W allowed the media to define Iraq and his administration.
He cannot communicate his positions easily with one on one discussions on TV. A few press conferences can't move the public with a War going on.
Unlike Clinton his spokepeople are weak or non-existent.


59 posted on 11/25/2006 12:48:31 PM PST by ConservativeGreek
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To: ez

The Country was extremely unhappy with their perception of their governance

Wish I could agree.
Republicans did themselves in.
Blaming Soros and McCain is not an answer and certainly not the reason for the losses.


60 posted on 11/25/2006 12:52:50 PM PST by ConservativeGreek
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To: Delphinium
I wish more democrats would commit treason against their party like he does.

Joe Lieberman and Ben Nelson regularly do.

61 posted on 11/25/2006 2:46:39 PM PST by nwrep
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To: arthurus
You're in the wrong party.

No kidding.

62 posted on 11/25/2006 2:47:23 PM PST by nwrep
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To: victim soul

If the race turns out to be McCain-HRClinton, it's time for me to move to Israel.


63 posted on 11/25/2006 3:01:49 PM PST by Fred Hayek (Liberalism is a mental disorder)
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To: Reddy

Does Ohio have cross-over primary voting? That exists in only a limited number of states.


64 posted on 11/25/2006 3:11:15 PM PST by middie
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To: nwrep

Look what happened to Joe Lieberman.


65 posted on 11/25/2006 3:17:00 PM PST by Delphinium
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To: sageb1
Ironically, it has been the Dem operatives who have been pushing McCain as THE Republican candidate for the past year.

There is no irony in that. Pure calculation.

66 posted on 11/25/2006 5:05:07 PM PST by NewLand (Always Remember September 11, 2001)
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To: Tamzee
That's a great article. I'll add it to my list of links.

Thanks!

67 posted on 11/25/2006 6:04:37 PM PST by TigersEye (Ego chatters endlessly on. Mind speaks in great silence.)
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To: ConservativeGreek
Blaming Soros and McCain is not an answer and certainly not the reason for the losses.

Agreed, but what people THOUGHT they knew about Republicans was created in the Democrat editorial boards of the MSM. The voters were manipulated.

68 posted on 11/25/2006 6:48:40 PM PST by ez ("Abashed the devil stood and felt how awful goodness is." - Milton)
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To: neverdem

Thanks heaps senator,just one more reason not to vote for you in the primary.


69 posted on 11/25/2006 6:52:42 PM PST by HANG THE EXPENSE (Defeat liberalism, its the right thing to do for America.)
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To: Mo1
the base came out and voted

But they got motivated late, were angry and voted more against the Dems than for the GOP, and didn't do the basic work of the campaign, as they usually do. And they voted in smaller numbers than usual. You can't win if you pee off your base, as the Dimmycraps will soon learn.

70 posted on 11/27/2006 7:49:46 AM PST by TBP
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To: TigersEye

Bump! ;-)


71 posted on 02/15/2008 8:27:51 PM PST by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl

Excellent find! Thank you, as always. ; )


72 posted on 02/15/2008 9:11:19 PM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: djreece

marking


73 posted on 02/15/2008 9:47:54 PM PST by djreece ("... Until He leads justice to victory." Matt. 12:20)
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To: neverdem
President Bush did not veto it. We didn't fight it, assured that it would be overturned by the courts as "limiting free speech." But, it wasn't overturned. Everyone passed the buck hoping that the next link in the process would stop it.

Thank you Bush/McCain. You have destroyed the Republican Party, squandered the Reagan legacy, and helped bring down our Republic.

Just say "No!" to McCain and Clinton/Obama. Vote third party in November.

74 posted on 02/15/2008 9:56:29 PM PST by CrosscutSaw (God is sovereign -- Jesus is Lord.)
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To: TigersEye

Did you see your post from 2 years ago on this thread? LOL.

You ARE an expert!

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1743650/posts?page=26#26


75 posted on 02/15/2008 11:32:59 PM PST by calcowgirl ("Liberalism is just Communism sold by the drink." P. J. O'Rourke)
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To: calcowgirl
My you are digging up the past. lol

Actually that isn't quite two years old it is only 15 months old. I was wondering just how far back my list went. More digging may reveal it to be two years old. : )

76 posted on 02/16/2008 12:03:38 AM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: calcowgirl

Duh! I didn’t even see that it was on THIS thread. Must be bedtime.


77 posted on 02/16/2008 12:07:42 AM PST by TigersEye (This is the age of the death of reason.)
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To: neverdem

BTTT


78 posted on 02/19/2008 4:50:06 AM PST by Just mythoughts (Isa.3:4 And I will give children to be their princes, and babes shall rule over them.)
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To: Delphinium
Palin to campaign for McCain in Arizona
79 posted on 01/20/2010 11:08:45 PM PST by GATOR NAVY
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To: Westbrook

Funny.

Dems never said such a thing to Kennedy clan, Carter and Kerry.

We are in a pothole if we continue revile Republicans like this.

2009 was a good year for a Conservative, non-maverick McCain. I want that SENIOR Conservative McCain to stay at the Senate.

I want a “megalomaniac” and “lunatic” McCain to stay in the Senate and oppose everything that Obamabi’s offered.

McCain will never live the day without opposing Obama, the man who defeated him in 2008. Petty and revengeful and megalomaniac, YES. But quite USEFUL in the age of Obama!

Proof: See how the media have continued to lavish Kerry and Al Gore with praise and TV exposure just to smear George Bush. Whethe we like it or not, it worked. Alinsky may be Lucifer’s disciple but he’s a genius demon in Politics, the “Universe of Lies” as per the great Rush Limbaugh.


80 posted on 01/20/2010 11:22:07 PM PST by convertedtoreason ( Nature tells us to take a conservative stance.)
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To: GATOR NAVY
If there ever was a time our movement needed to close ranks, this is it.

But we're still stuck in the same circular firing squad mindset that allowed the marxists to seize power in the first place.

Sigh.
81 posted on 01/20/2010 11:23:34 PM PST by Uncle Ivan (Alea iacta est)
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To: Klinx

Soros $$$ was funneled to McCain through SEIU and a PAC called “Republican Mainstreet” which McCain is head of.

They also supported DeDe in NY23rd.
http://www.mainstreetpac.com/index.html

5 October 2009 by Guest Author No Comment.The following is a press release from the Republican Main Street Partnership PAC.

Today, the Republican Main Street Partnership PAC announced its support for Republican state legislator Dede Scozzafava in her campaign to replace John McHugh (R) as the Representative for New York’s 23rd Congressional District. “Now more than ever, as Democrats have racked up record deficits and are now pursuing a trillion dollar government takeover of healthcare, we must elect thoughtful Republican candidates like Dede Scozzafava to rein in out of control spending and return the government back to the people,” said Representative Fred Upton (R-MI), head of the Main Street PAC.

Dierdre “Dede” Scozzafava is a lifelong North Country resident. Prior to being elected to the New York State Assembly in 1998, Dede dedicated much of her life to public service. She served for four years as a Village of Gouverneur Trustee and was Mayor of the Village of Gouverneur from 1993 through 1998.

As a Member of the Assembly, Dede was appointed to the position of Minority Leader Pro Tempore for the Assembly Republican Conference. She is the first woman to ever hold such a prestigious leadership position.

“Dede Scozzafava is a Republican who has the experience necessary to encourage small business growth and help bring jobs to upstate New York. Dede will add a thoughtful, commonsense voice to Congress, and every working family, veteran and senior in North Country will be better off with Dede Scozzafava as their representative. The Main Street PAC is proud to support Republican Dede Scozzafava for Congress,” concluded Upton.


82 posted on 01/20/2010 11:25:23 PM PST by Zathras
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To: freedomdefender

Thanks for saying that. Did W ever veto anything?

I also notice a LOT of folks here seem to have forgotten how all fired up McStain was to give illegals amnesty not all that long ago...


83 posted on 01/20/2010 11:41:08 PM PST by snuffy smiff
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To: snuffy smiff
You're still bashing Bush? He's been out of office for over a year.

Amnesty is not the hot topic it used to be. Most people are more concerned with the economy now. Besides, amnesty is now a foregone conclusion with the Dems in charge so McCain's vote won't matter.
84 posted on 01/21/2010 12:57:07 AM PST by Sarabaracuda (Perry 2010 , Rubio 2010 , Hoffman 2010 , McCain 2010 , Palin 2012)
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To: Ciexyz

It’s Reynolds Aluminum time again.


85 posted on 01/21/2010 1:06:53 AM PST by chilltherats (First, kill all the lawyers (now that they ARE the tyrants).......)
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To: Sarabaracuda

Some people never learn from their mistakes. You may call it bashing-I call it reminding. As bad as zero is, W contributed greatly to the present situation.
And I’d still appreciate an answer-did he ever veto anything? I do seem to recall him threatening to do it once.

Frankly, I’ve had it with backstabbing RINOs like Juan and am more than fed up with having to hold my nose while I vote for the lesser evil etc. And that will happen every time McStain is on any ballot. As Mass. just showed, we can do so much better.

I’m sure my stance on amnesty is much different than yours. Just like my stance on obeying existing laws. And should the subject come up again in DC(I’m betting it won’t before November) I think you will be the one much more suprised at the country’s reaction. The anger at it all and being called bigots over it didn’t just go away like you may think. And yes, I’ll keep on reminding others of it, thank you very much.


86 posted on 01/21/2010 4:16:12 AM PST by snuffy smiff
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To: Reddy; middie

Ohio has crossover voting but DeWine got 70% of the primary vote. The two challengers were not well-known enough to get more.


87 posted on 01/21/2010 4:44:48 AM PST by darkangel82 (I don't have a superiority complex, I'm just better than you.)
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To: ItsJeff
Mostly Reps who have no fight in them - bunch of wussies.
88 posted on 01/21/2010 4:47:01 AM PST by mad_as_he$$ (usff.com)
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To: neverdem

And Palin is going to campaign for him this fall?

Might be time to start *wondering* about her too.


89 posted on 01/21/2010 5:06:27 AM PST by wolfcreek (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lsd7DGqVSIc)
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To: neverdem
How long before this POS Soros achieves room temperature?

I mean the old elitist commie is up there in years is he not???

90 posted on 01/21/2010 6:05:58 AM PST by Vaquero (BHO....'The Pretenda from Kenya')
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To: Eccl 10:2
I can't agree

The scandals on the right are fully met by scandals on the left. But nobody in the press is suggesting that John Edwards scandals tar the entire Democratic party, the way that Foley et. al. was used to tar the Republicans. That difference is the result of a full court press of electioneering.

It's an Alinsky technique to hold the other guy to impossible standards. Your 'police ourselves' approach could never have done enough to please they left. They would have found fault even if we ran Mother Teresa as a candidate.

Sen. Stevens of Alaska was one of the scandal victims, until after he'd lost and we found out that the prosecutors held back evidence showing he was innocent. So staying clean isn't sufficient.

Yes, they didn't always walk conservative. But a steady drumbeat of propaganda doesn't help keep the conservative on the straight and narrow.

The battle of ideas is not just an every-4-years election campaign. It's an on-going thing, and we aren't in it. George Bush I and II both totally ignored it. And that's the thesis here. There's a continued battle of ideas, and the Soros crowd are in it constantly and at high volume and intend to win. We are getting shouted down. You can't win in the battle of ideas if you aren't heard.

91 posted on 01/21/2010 6:12:15 AM PST by slowhandluke (It's hard to be cynical enough in this age.)
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To: neverdem

From The Fallacy of Campaign Finance Reform by John Samples
accessed at http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/734501.html

In recent history, Republicans have generally raised more money than have Democrats. Republicans have also relied more heavily on money to fight elections. In contrast, Democrats can count on unpaid labor provided by members of their coalition and favorable free coverage by a largely sympathetic national media.

Neither volunteers nor the media have been seriously regulated by campaign finance laws.

By reducing a Republican advantage while ignoring a Democratic strength, campaign finance law has generally biased elections toward the Democrats.

As we shall see, the 1974 Federal Election Campaign Act—the foundation of campaign finance regulation—responded to certain threats to the Democratic majority that then controlled Congress.


92 posted on 01/21/2010 7:01:04 AM PST by MurrietaMadman (Luke 23:31)
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To: convertedtoreason

> McCain will never live the day without opposing Obama,
> the man who defeated him in 2008. Petty and revengeful
> and megalomaniac, YES. But quite USEFUL in the age of
> Obama!

While this is an insightful thesis, McCain just urinated all over it by offering to “reach across the aisle” again and strike a compromise with the DemoncRATs on the Health Scare bill.

To twist the knife, he offered amnesty to the tens of millions of illegal immigrants.

And just to make it all the more painful, he took a photo op with the newly elected Scott Brown, who should know better than to lend his credibility to the twisted backstabbing lunatic McCain.

I fear that Scott Brown will be taken under the wing of the RINO “moderates” in the Senate and sell us out.

After a few months in DC, Scott Brown won’t even be hearing his own message; the very message that got him elected.


93 posted on 01/22/2010 6:21:58 AM PST by Westbrook (Having more children does not divide your love, it multiplies it.)
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