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Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.  

What racism? 79% of African Americans WANT voter ID because they believe in election integrity. Your post above is nothing more than an example of how YOU BLiNDLY allow yourself to be manipu

Lol Coca-Cola and MLB saw the writing on the wall The days of Jim Crow are coming to an end. Georgia will be an outcast state

7 hours ago, Scout said:

Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.

 

Where is the racism? You guys are telling blacks they are to fucking stupid to get ID's. We conservative know they aren't. We treat them like normal people. 

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2 hours ago, benson13 said:

the republiKLAN party is DEAD

Nah, just in ICU. 

 

They’ll be dead when the evangelicals admit how badly they’ve been scammed. 

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7 hours ago, Scout said:

Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.

 

 

Can you give me one good specific example of how the GOP is racist ?

 

5 hours ago, benson13 said:

"that corporations are telling them to take their racism and go to hell!"

 

The corporations really told them didn't they !

 

6 hours ago, slideman said:

The days of Jim Crow are coming to an end.

 

You're a hack that is delusional, detached and in denial.

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2 minutes ago, Old Mack said:

 

Can you give me one good specific example of how the GOP is racist ?

 

 

The corporations really told them didn't they !

 

 

You're a hack that is delusional, detached and in denial.

The beam in your own eye

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2 hours ago, slideman said:

The beam in your own eye

 

I am not the GOP !

 

For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God....

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15 hours ago, Scout said:

Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.

 

69% of blacks support voter ID. 
 

Bringing back voter integrity after a stolen election that literally every country knows was stolen except for our own thanks to a complicit media, is not racist you dumb fuck. 

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17 hours ago, Scout said:

Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.

 

 

  2021 USA corporations are moving into a position of renewed 1850s styled plantation slave masters with various non voluntary skin color classing and grouping (white skin color is somehow wrong) and also promoting a new situation of mandatory medical classing and grouping manipulation.  The individual is not allowed to question the large subsidized corporation because the corporations have been allowed to take the place of God in the socialist styled kangaroo courts.

 

Borders and walls, no doctors at all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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18 hours ago, Scout said:

Oh, Happy Day!  Corporations are telling the GOP they will not blindly endorse their racism.

 

...and therefore blowing up the myth that corporations are pro free market capitalism and supporters of conservative republican views.

 

It has not been so for quite some time, welcome. These are crony-capitalists that are in bed with the central planners in DC.

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8 hours ago, superds77 said:

...and therefore blowing up the myth that corporations are pro free market capitalism and supporters of conservative republican views.

 

It has not been so for quite some time, welcome. These are crony-capitalists that are in bed with the central planners in DC.

It is traditional to begin one's fairy tales with the phrase, "Once upon a time ...

 

To this end, we conduct an empirical study of the political preferences of public-company CEOs during the eighteen-year period from 2000 to 2017. Our study examines more than 3800 individuals who served as CEOs of Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 1500 companies. Our goal is to investigate whether and to what extent CEOs show disproportionate support for one of the two main parties and how this pattern varies across time, industry, region, and CEO gender.

We find that, during the period we examine, CEOs donate disproportionately more to the Republican Party and its candidates.

https://academic.oup.com/jla/article/doi/10.1093/jla/laz002/5552028

OTOH, I suppose many corporations could find Biden's promise to raise their taxes to be irresistibly seductive.

Oh, brief shows of piety by corporations do not tend to last.  Many of those who made noises about cutting support to repubs who supported trump's clumsy insurrection with a mob of sissies have resumed their maximum contributions to the sleazy.

https://www.ft.com/content/521423bf-4012-4e42-9877-53d5d0f44675

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21 minutes ago, Duck615 said:

Benson still sucking dick

Given you are down to one semi-functioning brain cell, do you think it wise to dedicate so much of its workload to your homoerotic musings?

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15 hours ago, RickyTavy said:
On 4/8/2021 at 8:04 AM, superds77 said:

...and therefore blowing up the myth that corporations are pro free market capitalism and supporters of conservative republican views.

 

It has not been so for quite some time, welcome. These are crony-capitalists that are in bed with the central planners in DC.

It is traditional to begin one's fairy tales with the phrase, "Once upon a time ...

 

To this end, we conduct an empirical study of the political preferences of public-company CEOs during the eighteen-year period from 2000 to 2017. Our study examines more than 3800 individuals who served as CEOs of Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 1500 companies. Our goal is to investigate whether and to what extent CEOs show disproportionate support for one of the two main parties and how this pattern varies across time, industry, region, and CEO gender.

We find that, during the period we examine, CEOs donate disproportionately more to the Republican Party and its candidates.

https://academic.oup.com/jla/article/doi/10.1093/jla/laz002/5552028

OTOH, I suppose many corporations could find Biden's promise to raise their taxes to be irresistibly seductive.

Oh, brief shows of piety by corporations do not tend to last.  Many of those who made noises about cutting support to repubs who supported trump's clumsy insurrection with a mob of sissies have resumed their maximum contributions to the sleazy.

https://www.ft.com/content/521423bf-4012-4e42-9877-53d5d0f44675

You did not read (or understand more likely) what I wrote.

 

The fact that the CEOs of corporations back GOP candidates does not invalidate my statement of corporations engaging in "crony capitalism". It reinforces it. Many in the GOP establishment are part of this, which is why I qualified what I said by "the myth that corporations are pro free market capitalism and supporters of conservative republican views"

 

Lastly, I suspect if analyses are done of companies (not individuals) or industries the results would be much different.

 

The Center for Responsive Politics https://www.opensecrets.org/ does a great job of breaking down the FEC data with charts and graphs galore. If you have never been there, take a look.

 

https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2021/03/one-billion-dark-money-2020-electioncycle/

 

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‘Dark money’ topped $1 billion in 2020, largely boosting Democrats

(ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

March 15-21 is Sunshine Week, a national initiative celebrating open government and access to public records. Undisclosed spending by political actors undermines transparency and voters’ ability to make informed decisions.

The 2020 election saw more than $1 billion in “dark money” spending at the federal level, a massive sum driven by an explosion of secret donations boosting Democrats in a historically expensive cycle.  

That’s according to an estimate from OpenSecrets. The billion-dollar sum includes a whopping $660 million in donations from opaque political nonprofits and shell companies to outside groups. In 2020, dark money groups preferred to bankroll closely-tied super PACs rather than spend the money themselves — politically active nonprofits that do not disclose their donors reported roughly $88 million in direct election spending to the Federal Election Commission. The remainder of the total is made up of spending on “issue ads” targeting candidates online and on the airwaves. 

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3 hours ago, superds77 said:

You did not read (or understand more likely) what I wrote.

 

The fact that the CEOs of corporations back GOP candidates does not invalidate my statement of corporations engaging in "crony capitalism". It reinforces it. Many in the GOP establishment are part of this, which is why I qualified what I said by "the myth that corporations are pro free market capitalism and supporters of conservative republican views"

 

Lastly, I suspect if analyses are done of companies (not individuals) or industries the results would be much different.

 

The Center for Responsive Politics https://www.opensecrets.org/ does a great job of breaking down the FEC data with charts and graphs galore. If you have never been there, take a look.

 

https://www.opensecrets.org/news/2021/03/one-billion-dark-money-2020-electioncycle/

 

"

‘Dark money’ topped $1 billion in 2020, largely boosting Democrats

(ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images)

March 15-21 is Sunshine Week, a national initiative celebrating open government and access to public records. Undisclosed spending by political actors undermines transparency and voters’ ability to make informed decisions.

The 2020 election saw more than $1 billion in “dark money” spending at the federal level, a massive sum driven by an explosion of secret donations boosting Democrats in a historically expensive cycle.  

That’s according to an estimate from OpenSecrets. The billion-dollar sum includes a whopping $660 million in donations from opaque political nonprofits and shell companies to outside groups. In 2020, dark money groups preferred to bankroll closely-tied super PACs rather than spend the money themselves — politically active nonprofits that do not disclose their donors reported roughly $88 million in direct election spending to the Federal Election Commission. The remainder of the total is made up of spending on “issue ads” targeting candidates online and on the airwaves. 

1BDM-11.png'

 

 

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Once again we see the Deplorable tactic of trying pile bullshit faster than it can be shoveled away.  First, your notion that companies donate to a different party than do their CEOs defies logic and is supported by nothing.  That is not as absurd as your claim that "crony capitalism" is anti-free market and anti-conservatism.  Historically, the only thing that has reduced "crony capitalism" is government regulation, something the left supports while conservatives squeal like stuck piggies at the mere mention of regulation.  The closest we came to the simple-minded, libertardian concept of "free markets" was in the 19th century and earlier, and that was a period notorious for government and the economy being dominated by trusts and other monopolies.  It is in the nature of capitalism that unrestrained competition will lead to one or a few cooperating "winners" who will abuse their unrestrained power.

Next up you provide a long-winded copy-and-paste that you hope will look impressive, but actually says nothing to back up your empty assertions supported only by what you "suspect" to be true.  Your citation says Dems got a boost in the last election.  Given the sleaziness and incompetence of trump, this is hardly surprising.  It does not, however, support your empty assertion that Democrats got more.  These figures also do not distinguish between dark money from corporations vs. what must be a large percentage of Dem donations from unions.  Finally, you present a large chart that shows ... what?  A lot of dark money was given to ... whom in what percentages?   The graph is a pretentious representation of common knowledge as something more.

 

In the end your copy-and-paste is nothing but smoke and mirrors that shouldn't even fool people who are suckered by the Libertardianism they love because it is simplistic enough they can almost grasp it.  It is a fairy-tale belief in the "perfect competition" that does not exist outside of economic models, according to the conservative economist Paul Samuelson in his popular Economics text book.  Claiming this fairy tale can or would exist if only it were allowed to run free is ignorant buffoonery.

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