Let agree to uneven the playing field is the message that came out of Martha Vineyard, Massachusetts from President Obama today. The shame he is trying to pull of is telling Americans Republicans should join him in opposing a Supreme Court ruling that vastly increased how much corporations and unions can spend on campaign ads. Somehow how thought this was forced on the Supreme Court and that the GOP wants to keep the public in the dark about who is behind where the money comes from. We do not blame the GOP at all because when the money starts rolling in it is coming from corporations. The unions do not have enough to compete and with 10% unemployment gripping the land neither does all those hope and changers from two years ago. President Obama wants money out of politics so he can go back to what works hand out for illegal’s and poor people keeping them down and beholding to his administration. Money is the great equalizer and when the dust settles on November second, the corporation dollars are going to flow against every incumbent, healthcare voting, and cap n trade liberal they can oust. This is a big issue as ad time will be swallowed up quickly and Democrats know they cannot compete. The Republican fired back in their address like they do not know what is really going accusing Democrats of out-of-control spending and taxing, arguing in favor of slashing government expenditures instead of worrying about election cycle politics.
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