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Archive | July, 2012

Attack Ads

28 Jul

Attack ads in Virginia from both presidential campaigns number more than 200 between 5am and midnight each day. The cost of mounting these incessant, repetitious 30-second spots in battleground states is eating up every penny the campaigns can raise. Ask your local newspaper, favorite radio commentator, or elected official if VOTER ISSUE ALLIANCES might not […]

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Send Email To Candidates

27 Jul

Sample Email to Candidates We have long been appalled at the amount of money spent in political campaigns. We have no doubt that rich individuals and big organizations expect something in return for the money they contribute. What they expect likely will benefit their interests at our expense. We believe that the corrupting influence of […]

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Raising Cash for Campaign

26 Jul

Think the reward of raising cash for campaigns is good government? No less than a dozen Obama Ambassadors bundled $500,000+ for the President’s 2008 election. These guys went to Tokyo, Paris and London. In fact, Ambassador Susman at the Court of St. James was called “the vacuum cleaner.” Most of the donor diplomats are barred […]

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State of Campaigning in USA

25 Jul

How do people feel about the current state of campaigning in America.? Listen to this brief Charlie Osgood segment called: “Fed Up With a Lack of Civility in Politics” at http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/audio/904-the-osgood-files/ The answer to improving our political discourse is to support and promote VOTER ISSUE ALLIANCES. Share

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They Aren’t Dummies!

23 Jul

Two recent items in the press have to make you wonder about the sanity of those spending millions on the Presidential campaigns. The New York Times reported on July 18 that “despite months of negative advertising from Mr. Obama and his Democratic allies seeking to further define Mr. Romney as out of touch with the […]

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Two Birds

22 Jul

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely, writing in the Wall Street Journal for July 21, 2012, notes that people are “motivated to vote [when they] care about the outcome of the election and the people whom they are voting for.” We can kill two birds with one stone with Voter Issue Alliances: Share

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Are You Motivated?

22 Jul

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely, writing in the Wall Street Journal for July 21, 2012, notes that people are “motivated to vote [when they] care about the outcome of the election and the people whom they are voting for.” We can kill two birds with one stone with Voter Issue Alliances: Render the corruption that money […]

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Are they Thinking of You?

21 Jul

Do you think that the millionaires and billionaires who gathered in the Hamptons this past weekend to spend between $25,000 and $75,000 to meet and eat with Mitt Romney were thinking about your needs—or do you think that their own taxes and the government’s role in what is important to them might have played a […]

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Make Them Take A Stand

21 Jul

The shooting at Aurora, Colorado, provoked MoveOn.Org to urge supporters via EMail to “sign the Mayors Against Illegal Guns petition.” When I read the plea, I wondered whether it would have any real impact against the National Rifle Association’s money and clout. Unlikely. Those favoring gun control preaching to one choir; those opposed to another. […]

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Can’t Have Both!

8 Jul

Supreme Louis Brandeis sang our song many years ago when he wrote: “We may have democracy, or we may have wealth concentrated in the hands of a few, but we can’t have both.” To have democracy triumph over wealth in the 21st century requires everyone to participate in government. Support the concept of COMPULSORY VOTING. […]

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