Tracking Political Contributions

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  1. candycorn
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    candycorn Alis volat propriis

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    It would be interesting to look at those columns with weighted averages.

    Consider the other side of the coin:
    SOURCE

    Now consider why the Obama administration might not even initiate ANY prosecutions of of Wall Street lawbreaking at all, while they constantly railing against them?

    Could it be the obvious?
    'Look we talk bad, but we are your friends - but if you don't contribute to our campaign, or you do donate to our opponents campaign - then look out in my next term term. We will take revenge then.' (my paraphrase)

    This is Chicago politics at its best.



    Justice Inaction Report - The Department of Justice’s Unprecedented Failure to Prosecute Big Finance
     
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    Where dey gettin' dey's money from...
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    U.S. Gov't Employees Among Top Campaign Contributors to Obama; Bankers Among Top Contributors to Romney
    October 1, 2012 – U.S. government employees and their families have thus far contributed $396,550 to President Barack Obama's reelection campaign, making them one of the top five sources of cash for the campaign to reelect the president, according to Opensecrets.org.
     

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