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US & State Congress Members spend more time Telemarketing than Legislating

When I Found Out How Members Of Congress Really Spend Their Time, I Just About Threw Up

[7/11/17  MICHAEL SNYDER]  Did you know that many members of Congress spend three or four hours a day “dialing for dollars” in cramped call centers that both parties have set up in Washington? I promised that I would keep all of you updated on what I am learning as I run for Congress, and what I learned the other day just about had me losing my lunch. I always imagined members of Congress spending long hours in their offices working on legislation and other important matters, but the truth is that most members of Congress are little more than glorified telemarketers at this point. Winning the next election is everything for most of these Congress critters, and so they spend far more time making cold calls to potential donors than doing anything else.

Have you ever had a politician call you up in the middle of the day begging for money? It is an absolutely disgraceful thing to do, but the truth is that money is the number one factor in determining election outcomes, and so our professional politicians have an endless appetite for it.

Every two years, more than a billion dollars is spent on congressional elections, and those that are masters at raising money just keep winning over and over again. Something desperately needs to be done to fix our fundamentally flawed system, but neither party seems to have any desire to take the money out of politics.

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote an article about the fact that the U.S. House of Representatives will only be in session for 147 days this year. But even on those days, members of Congress are not exactly spending much time doing what they were elected to do.

During an interview with 60 Minutes, U.S. Representative Rick Nolan told Norah O’Donnell that members of Congress are expected to spend about 30 hours a week “dialing for dollars” in their respective call centers…

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BOMBSHELL: The DNC Established “Debts” For Previous Years To Donate Beyond The Maximum

BOMBSHELL: The DNC Have Established “Debts” For Previous Years So That People Can Donate Beyond The Maximum, Obama To Spend whole month of October campaigning for Hillary – ON YOUR DIME!

More Than 60 Superdelegates are Registerd Lobbyists

 

In a nutshell:
“There is a max amount of money any one person can donate in a year. To get around this, the DNC have established “debts” for previous years so that people can go beyond the maximum.

I can give the maximum amount allowed, then give more by paying off my “debts” from previous years.”

This is really big!

https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/emailid/20870

https://wikileaks.org/dnc-emails/emailid/21847

Someone doesn’t give a max donation one year, for example 2012. The difference between what they actually donated and the maximum personal contribution allowed that year is recorded as “debt.” So this guy “owes” them $2,500.

He then gives $33,400 in 2016, but they take out $2,500 to apply to the “debt” from 2012 and retroactively add that contribution to a year in which he didn’t max out. This frees him up for another $2,500 in the current year. Continue reading BOMBSHELL: The DNC Established “Debts” For Previous Years To Donate Beyond The Maximum

Only Non-State U.S. Citizens can vote in State Elections

Today, I attempted to register to vote as a “Michigan Citizen” in “Michigan Elections.”

I was told, in no uncertain terms, that only U.S. Citizens may vote in Michigan Elections regardless of Michigan “State Citizen-ship” status.  The Election Registration “officials” in the “local” county (of which I am -not- a resident of, as a World Citizen and only a World Citizen) was very explicit in this matter.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services told me that Federal Law states that only U.S. Citizen may vote.

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