The oligarchs are meeting this weekend to plot how they’re going to buy the elections this year

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First, Mitt Romney will be hosting a three-day retreat in Utah over the weekend with about 600 hundreds of his biggest fundraisers. Romney is coming off a good fundraising month in May where his camp outraised the Obama camp $78 million to $60 million. But the real plans to buy the election are being made in California – not Utah. In San Diego this weekend, the Koch brothers are hosing their annual political convention aimed at raising nearly a half billion dollars this election to elect corporate Republicans and defeat Progressives.

That means – between now and November – over a billion dollars in negative ads attacking President Obama and Progressives with flood the airwaves – making corporate media outlets very rich, and poisoning public debate across America. We’re entering a whole new era in American politics thanks to the Supreme Court.

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They can steal the election,but they won`t get no respect. Remember,they threw eggs at Bush for his first day,this time it my be shoes or worse.Wall st is bankrupt,i wonder what are the odds on how long this USA fascist government will last??

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