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To: skinowski who wrote (219885)9/16/2007 7:30:19 AM
From: John Carragher  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 785378
 
move.org has so much money if any democrat tries to take them on, they will throw money at someone else to knock them out of office. The congressmen are scared of move.org. We have members who can no longer vote their minds for fear of losing their cushy job.

We have limits on donations to support a politician but no limits for these organizations? Now these representatives, senators rely on money to keep them in office and fear their money will destroy them if they do not go along with move.org program.

I think we have lost the ability for person to run for office on their merits.



To: skinowski who wrote (219885)9/16/2007 3:00:12 PM
From: KLP  Read Replies (2) | Respond to of 785378
 
I don't think McCain thinks its possible either, but rather the only way the LeftWing MSM would even give him a second of sound bite.

Of course the Democrats aren't going to repudiate MoveOn....they are by now too much in bed with them. All Americans, of whatever stripe, had better open their eyes soon, unless of course, they want Soros and the One World Society to run (and ruin) America.

I truly hope I'm not around to see that.

It's disgraceful, it's got to be retracted and condemned by the Democrats, and MoveOn.org ought to be thrown out of this country."