DNC committee members attending winter meetings last week were asked to explain why Hillary Clinton is qualified to be elected President of the United States. Surprisingly, they were unable to name a single Hillary accomplishment. Other than marrying Bill Clinton, that is.
Some members suggested that Hillary “avoided mistakes around the world,” and is therefore qualified for the presidency. Really? Does “Benghazi” ring a bell? A Senate Intelligence Report earlier this year faulted both the State Department and the intelligence community for not preventing the attack that resulted in the brutal murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and the deaths of three other Americans.
This is of little importance to Hillary Clinton supporters, of course. AsNancy Pelosi said, Hillary is “the most qualified qualified person in modern times” to be president. Even if members of the Democrat National Committee have no idea why.
Jonathan L. Peterson commented seconds ago · Flag
The problem is: CIA, DOJ, CONGRESS either directly or indirectly is controlled by the highest bidder. Once we citizens’ voter rights are restored misuse of powers will fade away. This little post to a major newspaper should be used to get the opinion on every public servant under oath.
Title "You ain’t in this race to make money, right?
This question is for Gary Johnson too….
Doug Owens and Mia Love want to represent the voters:
Each of you are not in this race to make money right?
Someone get this little survey to them to sign exactly what they believe is true.
I am (or going to be) a public official under oath and must have an opinion about the use of money or promises to influence any public official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties.
I agree that corporate political contributions are not lawful and violate state and federal bribery statutes because of “corporate mission laws” that protect share holders funds from fraud/embezzlement; funds must be spent on profit, potential profit or humanitarian expenditures only. So intent cannot be freedom of speech but seeking influence for profit.
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If you believe that corporate contributions are lawful: Sign down here instead:
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BRIBERY: The offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting of something of value for the purpose of influencing the action of an official in the discharge of his or her public or legal duties.
………….unlawful by constitutional Equality Under All Laws..