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Tuesday, November 11, 2003

Posted by RFTR
Soros's Deep Pockets vs. Bush ( "Soros's contributions are filling a gap in Democratic Party finances that opened after the restrictions in the 2002 McCain-Feingold law took effect. In the past, political parties paid a large share of television and get-out-the-vote costs with unregulated 'soft money' contributions from corporations, unions and rich individuals. The parties are now barred from accepting such money. But non-party groups in both camps are stepping in, accepting soft money and taking over voter mobilization."

Oh yes, perfect. "Filling a gap." He's a freedom fighter, trying to equalize the playing field after the McCain-Feingold law canted it towards the Republicans. That must be what's going on.


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