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Bloomberg Forms Super PAC

Billionaire New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is using his own money to form a super PAC that will run ads for congressional, state, and local candidates from both parties who support gay marriage, tighter gun laws, and school reform. What do you think?

  • “But someone injecting that much personal wealth into the political process could undermine the integrity of our super-PAC system.”

    Grover Anderson Furniture Pad Tufter
  • “Oh, sure, just throw money at the problem. That’s real effective when it comes to influencing policy.”

    Wayne Glass Priest
  • “He really couldn’t think of anything more fun to do with all that money?”

    Sydney Delesha Helminthologist


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