VILE: Vatican Illuminati Lies Exposed

VILE: Vatican Illuminati Lies Exposed
Exposing the Vatican Illuminati Globalist conspiracy to bring about a totalitarian fascist new world order in order to enslave humanity.

Friday, September 30, 2011

2012 Super PAC Unregulated Shadow Campaign Showcase Showdown!

It is already becoming crystal clear that the 2012 election is rigged before it even starts. We were promised "campaign finance reform" and instead of instituting regulations to ensure fair elections our illustrious government has made it even easier to rig the elections. With the onset of easily hackable electronic voting machines and re-redistricting to enable further voter disenfranchisement along with the Obama administrations lax attitude towards illegal immigrants while giving them more rights and support than the poorest groups of Americans get it is quite obvious there will be no "fair election" come 2012.

The conservative republicans are primarily dominated by wealthy businessmen who have built or inherited fortunes. They also include mega rich Wall Street investors, oil and gas men, construction magnates, and retail executives. Mormons are also well represented.

The liberal blue democrat group is mostly dominated by Hollywood and media entrepreneurs and leaders of the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) as well as the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

The Super PACs are not by no means the ideal embodiment of transparency, but what has been disclosed gives a good sense of where the money is coming from and the interests of those donating it. Based on the donors and the origins of these groups, it is easily discernible what messages the Super PACs will generate for voters in the final stretch of the 2012 campaign.
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A handful of so-called Super PACs, enabled to collect unlimited donations by the continued erosion of campaign finance regulations, are expected to rival the official campaign organizations in importance this election. In many cases, these groups are acting essentially as outside arms of the campaigns.
These are America's best-funded political factions, their war chests filled by some of the richest men (and almost all are men) in the country.
More than 80 percent of giving to Super PACs so far has come from just 58 donors, according to the Center for Responsive Politics analysis of the latest data, which covers the first half of 2011. The Republican groups have raised $17.6 million and the Democratic groups $7.6 million. Those numbers will balloon, with American Crossroads, the main Republican Super PAC, aiming to raise $240 million.