Democratic convention benefits from corporate cash

Jul 21, 2012 Full story: Athens Banner-Herald 7

Shortly after last year's high-profile announcement that the 2012 Democratic National Convention would be the first in history not to rely on special-interest money, organizers in Charlotte quietly set up a nonprofit entity to rake in corporate cash.

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halito

Winnemucca, NV

#1 Jul 21, 2012
Is that the Corporate Imprvoement Tax ?
halito

Winnemucca, NV

#2 Jul 21, 2012
Who gets the TV Tax?

“i hope we can change this!”

Since: Aug 08

usa

#3 Jul 21, 2012
pretty much in keeping with all the OTHER pledges made by prominent democrats...

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Kissimmee, FL

#4 Jul 21, 2012



It's ALL about the Money with JAckasscrats.



Pure Filth!
Sheik Yerbouti

New Hope, PA

#5 Jul 21, 2012
What else is new? Both parties are little more than corporate shills!
June 43th 2012

Fishers, IN

#6 Jul 21, 2012
halito wrote:
Who gets the TV Tax?
CCTV;-000h, who is steal yo TV? or layaway to the taxi driver;-00
gossamer

Warren, MI

#9 Jul 22, 2012
Sheik Yerbouti wrote:
What else is new? Both parties are little more than corporate shills!
Corporations should pay their fair share. Obama

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