Republicans love SuperPACs!

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A new USA Today study finds that eight of the top ten SuperPAC donors this election cycle are Republicans – or at least corporations that donate nearly exclusively to the Republican Party. In fact – the top three donors are all Republicans – with casino mogul Sheldon Adelson at the top of the list with $25 million in contributions to SuperPACs – mostly to Newt Gingrich’s SuperPAC.

Not included on USA Today’s list are those who’ve anonymously given about $70 million to Karl Rove’s Crossroads SuperPACs.

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Thom Hartmann A...
Dec. 29, 2009 9:59 am


Yet Obama's will raise the most money.

If they are bad... then they are bad.

This isn't "The Lord Of The Rings"... you can't fix "evil" by becoming MORE "evil".

If you don't like it... don't do it.

Sounds to me that Democrats DO like it. Otherwise, they wouldn't do it.

2 sides of the SAME coin.

Kabuki theatre/pro wrestling.

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Fletcher Christian
Feb. 15, 2012 11:49 am

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