PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN DONATIONS – SILENT BIAS OF THE QUID PRO QUO

IF YOU MISSED THIS POLICY-PUSHING DONATION GROUP LISTING IN USA TODAY NEWS, HERE IS A SECOND CHANCE TO SEE THE MONEY MIXERS.

And the money makes the politics “responsive!”

PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN

 CONTRIBUTIONS

TIME: JAN 1, 2007 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2007

TYPES OF BUSINESS                                    DOLLARS         PARTY

LAW FIRM-LAWYERS                             27.8 MILLION 78 % TO DEMS

SECURITIES-INVST                                   18 MILLION 56 % TO DEMS

RETIRED                                                     16.5 MILLION 51 % TO DEMS

REALESTATE                                             11.7 MILLION 50 % TO DEMS

BUSINESS                                                     8.2 MILLION 75 % TO DEMS

BUSINESS SERVICE                                      6 MILLION 63 % TO DEMS

FINANCE                                                       5.9 MILLION 46 % TO DEMS

MOVIE-TV                                                    4.6 MILLION 82 % TO DEMS

HEALTH PROF                                             4.4 MILLION 53 % TO DEMS

EDUCATION                                                  4.1 MILLION 75 % TO DEMS

SO, THE DEMS ARE IN THE LEAD SO FAR WITH DONATIONS ACROSS ALL WALKS OF EMPLOYMENT.

It is amazing that the discrepancy of donation dollars regarding the legal industry is so extraordinarily excessive compared to many other business sectors. No wonder tort reform is impossible in many areas of the country. This non-action on tort reform effects all businesses, not just medicine. Now you know. The money follows the “silent bias of the quid pro quo.”

(The data is from the Center for Responsive Politics)

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