POLITICAL: Politicians should only be able to take contributions from within their district


Then maybe I’d stop these beggars from hounding me for money. The do nothing establishment…….which is an oxymoron as they have established nothing except their own personal bank accounts.  (Arlin Report comment)

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https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/08/22/billionaires-spend-3-million-trump-endorsed-kelly-tshibaka-lisa-murkowskis-opponent/

Billionaires Spend $3 Million Against Trump-Endorsed Kelly Tshibaka, Lisa Murkowski’s Opponent
Wendell Huseb 22 Aug 2022

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Billionaires from the L.I.S.A. super PAC have donated nearly $3 million against Trump-endorsed Alaskan Senate candidate Kelly Tshibaka, the opponent of establishment and pro-impeachment incumbent Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK).

L.I.S.A, which reportedly stands for “Leadership in a Strong Alaska,” only backs one candidate, Murkowski. The main PAC contributors are hedge fund managers Ken Griffin, John Arnold, and Louis Bacon, who, respectively, contributed $1.5 million, $500,000, and $50,000. “James and Kathryn Murdoch, the politically moderate heirs to the Murdoch media empire, have each given $250,000,” Forbes reported:

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I heard, on one of the many podcasts that I listen to, the idea that politicians should only be able to take campaign contributions from folks who can vote for them.

I like that idea.

Every politician should be…

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2 thoughts on “POLITICAL: Politicians should only be able to take contributions from within their district”

  1. I say we should take the money out of politics altogether. Forget taking money from the district! Allow each candidate a certain amount of airtime, be it radio or TV, however they choose, to get their message across. If they use it too soon, they blow it, same if they wait too long to start! But take all donations out of politics, No more PAC’s, no more lobbyists, nothing!

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