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Democrat Special Interests Failed to Buy the Senate, Governorships

Billionaire crony capitalist Tom Steyer spent $74 Million trying to buy a Democrat US Senate that would pass draconian energy regulations… thus making his investments in “Green Energy” highly profitable. He failed.

[Steyer’s mentor is an extreme environmentalist, Bill McKibben, who thinks Americans should reduce their standard of living to third world levels in order to save the planet from ManBearPig. Although I imagine, under such a scenario, wealthy politicians and their cronies would be exempted from the third world living standards.]

Democrat-affiliated Teacher’s Unions spent as much as $80 Million to try and elect Democrat governors in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Florida… and support Democrat Kay “Conflict of Interest” Hagan in North Carolina. Gosh, think of all the school supplies that $80,000,ooo could have bought.

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  1. I don’t know about everyone else, but I hear whiners & foot stompers all the time, complaining about money in politics. We had a constitutional judgment that it was fine & people went ballistic. This election was yet another reason why money is what it is, allowing some to deliver their messages, but not an overriding factor.
    Complaints come from people that don’t understand human nature. The masses from time immemorial, filter & censor all input & there isn’t anyone that doesn’t know how to throw junk into the garbage or turn down the volume.
    It doesn’t matter how much money a candidate has, they have to be in the right place & in line of sight to be noticed.

    Comment by Marc Winger — November 6, 2014 @ 11:06 am - November 6, 2014

  2. Maybe if we reduce our standard of living to 3rd world levels leftists, which we could recover from, they would stop trying to import the 3rdworld which we cant recover from without rivers of blood.

    Comment by Steve — November 6, 2014 @ 12:26 pm - November 6, 2014

  3. […] V the K over at GayPatriot also makes some observations on this phenomenon. […]

    Pingback by No, Senator Merkley, It WasnÂ’t the Koch Brothers And "Outside Money" That Turned The Senate - Citizens News — November 7, 2014 @ 3:17 am - November 7, 2014

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