2012 Presidential Election

Chevron Gives $2.5 Million to House Republicans

It seems Chevron likes Boehner's House Republicans more than Nancy Pelosi and that should tell us something. Chevron owns John Boehner and the Republican members in the House of Representatives. See page 9 in this Federal Election Commission filing PDF.
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FL Could Be Too Close To Call...Again

An ad from the Obama campaign:
Narrator: Five hundred and thirty-seven. The number of votes that changed the course of American history.
Voice: Florida is too close to call.
Narrator: the difference between what was and what could have been.
So this year, if you're thinking that your vote doesn't count, that it won't matter, well, back then there were probably at least five hundred thirty...
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Political Intimidation in the Workplace is the New Norm

In the Citizens United States of America, politics has gotten so opaque and so corrupt that behavior that once would have sparked outrage is now viewed as shrewd, “the new norm” if you will.
Last week, In These Times released an exposé of a conference call between the anti-union National Federation of Independent Business and Presidential candidate Mitt Romney wherein the former Massachusetts Governor instructed the “independent” business owners to tell their employees how to vote in the upcoming election.
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Mitt Romney Finally Divulges His $5 Trillion Tax Cut Plan

Click here to see a detailed explanation of how the Romney-Ryan tax plan is able to cut taxes by $5 trillion without raising taxes on the middle class or exploding the deficit.
Good luck!
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More Money ($10 Million) For Mitt Romney From Billionaire Investor Joe Ricketts

Billionaire investor Joe Ricketts is pushing ahead with a plan to spend $10 million on an ad campaign supporting Mitt Romney, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, despite a controversy earlier this year surrounding a New York Times report that Ricketts was considering a series of racially tinged ads featuring President Obama’s former pastor.
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