Thread: Economics Karl Rove and Super PACs
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Old 11-11-2012, 05:23 PM   #14
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ok, then what about corporations donating? I just can't see how either side spending this much money is good for our country. It just leads to pandering to the rich instead of being there for the people. It's the opposite of what this country should be.
Are you making a class warfare argument then? If so, it didn't hurt Obama who is supposed to be for taxing the wealthy. It didn't happen.
And how is this any different than a man of the people buying votes for them at the expense of others? Seems to me that this could also be a check and balance against demagogues like Obama. Again, though, it didn't hurt the left in the presidential election.
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