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Desc:Am I wrong or is most of this not a big deal? 304k over 4 years between 6 people is pretty modest.
Category:News & Politics, Classic TV Clips
Tags:government, 60 Minutes, cbs, PAC
Submitted:Prickly Pete
Date:10/22/13
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Oscar Wildcat - 2013-10-22
The big deal is that for the cost of a starter home, you can legally own a congressman. The old word for this was bribery. I suppose it is a good thing, inasmuch as they would be bribed anyway and with the leadership pac there is some transparency in the bribery. But the shocking thing is how cheap it is.
Jet Bin Fever - 2013-10-22
Legal and ethical are two very different things.

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-10-22
Whoops, not meant as a reply. But yes, I agree with you too.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-10-23
There's transparency? Every time I hear about a PAC basically bribe-funding a candidate, it takes a lot of digging to find out who paid into it, and even then, there's usually layer upon layer of deniability.

Menudo con queso - 2013-10-22
Saw this at a bar with the volume off, and it mostly seemed to be a story about several puffy old white men laboriously exhaling.
Prickly Pete - 2013-10-22
Nothing gets guys amped up enough to run a high bar tab like... 60 Minutes...

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-10-23
One tavern I used to go to often had FoodTV on at least two of the screens.

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