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Jack Ohman for April 08, 2021

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    Concretionist  13 days ago

    He’s not about anything except maintaining his power. Certainly not about consistency: He pushed HARD for acceptance of Citizens United, saying that all  corporations should have the same power to influence legislation, not just the ones that (who?) own media. He’s not about morality. He’s not about keeping his word. He’s not about upholding his oath of office. The fact that we accept him (as we accepted the orange Mistake) in a position of power makes me sure that our system is imperfect…

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    Shod  13 days ago

    I agree, corporations should stay out of politics. Stop giving money to the Republicans today.

    Or at least buy a better grade of congressional minions.

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    Daeder  13 days ago

    Someday, I’ll remember Moscow Mitch as being hilarious.

    These days it’s way too soon and too painful.

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    Fflashbang  13 days ago

    Corporations have lackeys like you Mitch. How much have you taken over the years in “donations”? We all know what that is a euphemism for too.

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    Say What Now‽ Premium Member 13 days ago

    Murderous Moscow Mitch tells corporations to “shut up and give me money”.

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    apfelzra Premium Member 13 days ago

    He also qualified that statement by saying that corporations giving money to politicians (especially him) was still OK.

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    sevaar777  13 days ago

    Pretty much McMoscow Mitch’s attempt to pleasure the MAGAts who believe “voter fraud” can only be solved by “voter suppression”.

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    ikini Premium Member 13 days ago

    Now they are the ones applying “cancel culture” to corporations.

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    erik.vanthienen  13 days ago

    Situational ethics, but only without the ethics …

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    GiantShetlandPony  13 days ago

    I believe Citibank was on the Republican ban list?

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    superposition  13 days ago

    Mitch shows us how foolhardy/hypocritical the Citizens United decision was by getting himself caught in the quasi-conservative pro-business trap that an irrational SCOTUS ruling set.

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    moosemin  13 days ago
    Is the Ol’ Turtle biting the hands that feed him? Yes, but he knows full well that corporate brass will still give pols the money because they MUST, if they want continued influence in legislation.
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    PraiseofFolly  13 days ago

    Mitch McConnell should have a parade balloon in his image. It would follow Trump’s whining baby-in-a-diaper balloon. McConnell’s would be dressed in a suit, with its hand out, and with bulging pockets filled with corporate donations. Either that, or a swollen head Mardi Gras character.

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    MontanaBill Premium Member 12 days ago

    Of course, the nattering nayboobs don’t want to hear about Costco, Rite Aid, Magla Products, Martha Stewart Living, Estee Lauder, Guess, Calvin Klein, Liz Claiborne, Levi Strauss, Olan Mills, Seagrams, Gallo, Hyatt, just to name a few, that donated for the Democrats. That’s all good!

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    ArtyD2 Premium Member 12 days ago

    I know a corpse I’d like to see donated.

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    Redd Panda  12 days ago

    I look at Moscow Mitch and I wonder ‘’what is Death waiting for?’’

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 12 days ago

    Remember… Qpublicans define an “Honest Politician” as “One who once he is Bought, STAYS BOUGHT!”

    Also, maybe they should all wear NASCAR-type Jumpsuits with their corporate owner’s logos displayed so we can see exactly who is owned by who.

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    artmer  12 days ago

    I couldn’t agree more. Banish corporate lobbyists to the nether regions.

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    monya_43  12 days ago

    MontanaBill is spouting whataboutism again.

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    Valiant1943 Premium Member 12 days ago

    He forgot the NRA!

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    Michael G.  12 days ago

    On the lectern he should have a sign for Wardley Turtle Treat.

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    calliarcale  12 days ago

    Perhaps the funniest example of this is how Georgia ordered all Coke products removed from state offices. The funny part is that apparently Coke had been donating all of that.

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    Robert Floyd Premium Member 12 days ago

    Aren’t corporations people? (I wish all the big money in politics would go away)

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    waltkamp  12 days ago

    I always have trouble spelling hypocrisy/ But I’ve found a handy shortcut: GQP

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    walkingmancomics  12 days ago

    Mr. Two-faced Fork-tongued

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    jbro66  12 days ago

    However this is void if the corp throws the MY PILLOW™ products out of their stores

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 12 days ago

    Moscow Mitch, another mentally ill republican racist who lives in some bizarro republican fascist world.

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    NRHAWK Premium Member 12 days ago

    One of the best descriptions on modern politics I think I’ve ever seen. Fricking bought and paid for. Bill HR1 Now!

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    Godfreydaniel  12 days ago

    Should wives who are part of organized crime families also stay out of politics? Or Russian oligarchs? Moscow Mitch wouldn’t have one tenth the money he has without ’em!

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    Godfreydaniel  12 days ago

    I’m disappointed in Montana Swill. I would’ve thought that even IT knew that corporations tend to hedge their bets by donating to both parties.

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    WCraft Premium Member 12 days ago

    Oh, they will. After Ol’ Joe blind-sided some of his huge supporters with a proposed 7% increase in the corporate income tax rates, they might think twice about pushing him across the finish line. How do you like them apples, Facebook, Google, CBS, NBC, ABC, CNN, etc.?

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    Patjade Premium Member 12 days ago

    “Shut up and hand me your money” – Moscow Mitch. Remember, money is speech, not corporate decisions they don’t like.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  12 days ago

    Is dark money still dark if it’s been laundered ? Asking for a lobbyist . . . ../S

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    gmadoll789 Premium Member 12 days ago

    Too much money going in – congresspeople are cheap whores!

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    Gary Williams Premium Member 12 days ago

    I am reminded when seeing the Republicans in action of the ignorant and repressive regimes of Germany and Japan prior to and during World War 2. The resemblance is striking.

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    pamela welch Premium Member 12 days ago

    Moscow Mitch: Balls o’ steel on that guy

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    pamela welch Premium Member 12 days ago

    Well done, Jack!

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    JenSolo02  12 days ago

    HYPOCRITES-R-US

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    grumpypophobart  12 days ago

    Would be a good idea. However, the system now depends on it, rather than listening to the majority. Those who are affected by corporations and congress’ decisions.

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    lucky_irishman5  11 days ago

    You know, all the liberals, socialists, democrats, cartoonists like to rag on the Republicans about corporate donations, well, you all forget, democrats get just about as much corporate money as the Republicans. Corporations tend to hedge their bets by giving to both parties. The democrats also get millions in extortion money, I mean union money that the Republicans don’t get. Why doesn’t anyone complain about that?

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