Name one of those "polls", libtardboy. You can`t because you`re lying.
BTW, "ahead" of what? Ahead in deviant sex? Spending other peoples` money? Flip-flopping? I`ll grant you all that, libtardboy.
Reps have nothing at all to offer ... they actually are proud of it ... they campaign on being obstructionists ... "I have succeeded in blocking every effort to govern ... I have voted against all proposed laws ... I will continue to make sure that nothing is done for the citizens of this country ... I will, however, do everything my Corporate owners request of me ... my role is being the middleman between the Corporations and the citizens they control" ...
Democrats Want 'Soft Money' for Redistricting
Thursday, 04 Mar 2010 01:38 PM
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Members of Congress may soon be back in the business of raising soft money, the unlimited corporate and union donations that a 2002 law bans them from collecting for their campaigns.
The National Democratic Redistricting Trust is asking the Federal Election Commission to let lawmakers raise soft money for the legal fights likely to develop as congressional district boundaries are redrawn after this year's census. How a district is drawn — and which voters are included in it — can have a big impact on whether a Democrat or Republican gets elected to represent it.
The Democratic group says lawmakers should be allowed to raise unlimited donations because they wouldn't be used for elections. Members of Congress were banned from raising soft money for elections due to corruption concerns.
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