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    http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/...ads/index.html

    This time directly from Bush at another organization with anti-Bush ads. I also did some research and all they have to do is accuse and the ad's have to be pulled until an investigation is complete. MoveOn.org claims they have already provided all the information needed to prove the claim false that they illegaly obtained the funds, and that the comitte is "taking their time" processing the paperwork.

    Media Fund also claims they obtained their money legally and are gathering all the documents now to prove such.

    This is nothing more than a delay tactic on behalf of the Bush Admin.
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    I agree, it's a complete stall tactic, and absolute bullshit.

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    ever hear arnold (cali governor) say his shit about gay marrige? its a beautiful way to avoid the issue. He just says its against the law and he doesnt think mayors should break the law heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazer
    ever hear arnold (cali governor) say his shit about gay marrige? its a beautiful way to avoid the issue. He just says its against the law and he doesnt think mayors should break the law heh.
    That is because he is a genious and will be President one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sithray
    That is because he is a genious and will be President one day.

    Not without a highly unlikely ammendment to the constitution.

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    What's happening is that the Democrats, who haven't raised enough cash for Kerry, are using soft money organizations to funnel money to aid Kerry. Problem is it's illegal for organizations like that to attack a candicate AND be funded by a few wealthy donors. In other words, the Democrats can't legally get the money they need so they're end running the law.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrthor
    Not without a highly unlikely ammendment to the constitution.
    Aren't you following what he is pushing for? Maybe that is why you said that, but he is supporting people to run for president who have been cit's for 20+ years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boanerges
    What's happening is that the Democrats, who haven't raised enough cash for Kerry, are using soft money organizations to funnel money to aid Kerry. Problem is it's illegal for organizations like that to attack a candicate AND be funded by a few wealthy donors. In other words, the Democrats can't legally get the money they need so they're end running the law.

    ?? The donations total in the millions of 50-60 dollars. The total after rich people/orgs is in the hundreds of millions. All they have to do is make sure all the low end donations go to character attacks, then they are covered according to the law, which is seams moveon.org has done and is proving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sithray
    Aren't you following what he is pushing for? Maybe that is why you said that, but he is supporting people to run for president who have been cit's for 20+ years.
    Yes, but it doesn't much matter.

    The support needed to ammend the constitution is well beyond what I believe they will be able to get for such a measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sithray
    Aren't you following what he is pushing for? Maybe that is why you said that, but he is supporting people to run for president who have been cit's for 20+ years.
    The odds of any Constitutional amendment happening are slim at best. Something like this has about zero chance of ever happening. Even if it did get going Arnold would more then likely be dead before the actual amendment occured.

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