Frank and Ernest by Thaves for April 03, 2023

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    Ratkin  8 months ago

    Semantic ambiguity

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    oldpine52  8 months ago

    The meeting will full of politicians.

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    ArcticFox Premium Member 8 months ago

    Looks like a recall campaign for Sen. Money.

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    Doug K  8 months ago

    Where is the emphasis – “to get Money”? or to get it “Out of politics”?

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    The dude from FL  Premium Member 8 months ago

    Get indicted!

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    Botulism Bob  8 months ago

    That will happen only when TV advertising time becomes free.

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 8 months ago

    Or an income tax cheat or lazy parasite scammer… you know who you are.

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    e.groves  8 months ago

    Orientation for the newly elected.

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    InTraining  8 months ago

    It’s a print shop…!

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    uniquename  8 months ago

    Or how to make money if you are the politician.

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    Tired  8 months ago

    It’s all about getting people to bend over!

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    T...  8 months ago

    Getting better…

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    hooglah  8 months ago

    ….or a meeting of politicians.

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    goboboyd  8 months ago

    Either way… follow the money.

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    Wise1  8 months ago

    When I was much younger a group of people wanted me to run for Congress. I thanked them but was emphatic that I was honest and declined their offer. Now, considering how many members retire as 1%’rs, I probably made a very bad decision!

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    braindead Premium Member 8 months ago

    Republicans HATE getting money out of politics.

    Money spent to elect legislators results in tax cuts for the wealthy — the ones who inject money into politics. For investments of millions of dollars, they receive billions in tax cuts and other preferential treatment.

    The Republican Base somehow believes that these tax cuts for the wealthy benefit them personally.

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    Joe Bo Premium Member 8 months ago

    Money in politics ruins our system of checks and balances, wealthy corporate donors control legislation and politicians by funding campaigns for or against them, at the expense of environment and social equality.

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