Why are companies that funneled 22million dollars over five days to the GOP hiding their identities?

Aren't they proud to help a party that 'does good by the American people'?

Update:

Why would Americans boycott a company if the company was funneling money to a candidate who was doing the right thing by America? If Candidates are worried that people don't like their actions and would take it out on their contributors, why would they continue with these actions?

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  • 9 years ago
    Best Answer

    Because of some of the unethical things political bigots do to companies that don't agree with their personal view of the United States.

    Frankly, if we are going to do that, I suggest we pass a law forcing EVERY company or person donating to have their identities shared and people have access to these easily so the public can boycott whomever they choose and more, see the companies that do business with that organization (or non-profit).

    You might find my party VERY upset with such a proposal.

    Having all the non-profits that socialists have set up to interact with each other might be very upsetting to most people.

    Progressive Coalition supporting socialist agenda

    Americans for Democratic Action

    Campaign for America's Future

    Campaign for New Priorities

    Center for the Advancement of Public Policy

    Center of Concern

    Coalition on Human Needs

    Demilitarization for Democracy

    Development GAP

    50 Years is Enough Network

    Friends of the Earth

    Fund for New Priorities in America

    Institute for Policy Studies

    Institute for Women's Policy Research

    International Labor Rights Fund

    National Jobs for All Coalition

    National Organization for Women

    National Priorities Project

    NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby

    Peace Action

    Preamble Center for Public Policy

    Public Citizen, email: Public Citizen

    Stakeholders Alliance

    United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America

    United for a Fair Economy

    Washington Chapter Alliance for Democracy

    Working Assets

    Women, Law and Development

    National Council of La Raza

    The Campaign for Health Security

    Leadership Conference on Civil Rights

    Friends Committee on National Legislation

    Center for Defense Information

    Council for a Livable World

    Citizens for Tax Justice

    U.S. Campaign to Ban Landmines

    Amnesty International

    Human Rights Watch

    Americans for a Sustainable Economy

    National Education Association

    USA Network for Habitat II

    Catholic Charities

    National Council of ***** Women

    Center for Law and Social Policy

    Witness for Peace

    Children's Defense Fund

    Child Welfare League

    National Black Child Development Institute

    Urban League

    Economic Policy Institute

    Brookings Institute

    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

    National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare

    Defenders of Wildlife

    Veterans for Peace

    National Rainbow Coalition

    AFL-CIO

    U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

    UNITE

    Unitarian Universalist Service Committee

    National Association of Public Hospitals

    National Council of Senior Citizens

    Long-Term Care Campaign

    Consumer's Union

    Center for Responsive Politics

    Latin American Working Group

    Public Campaign

    This particular coalition consists of social organizations that work hand-in-hand with other coalitions such as BIONET, CITNET, ECONET, PEACENET, the Climate Action Network (CAN), and others. All are connected through IGC-APC (Institute for Global Communications, and the Association of Progressive Communications). Virtually all of these organizations, including the Democratic Socialists of America, have web sites hosted by IGC-APC.

    The policy gains that have been made in recent years on both the international and domestic fronts are largely the result of the communications capability of these organizations. Freedom.org was conceived more than five years ago to provide similar communications capability to organizations that are not socialists. The Property Rights Congress will be pioneering that new capability. Non-socialist organizations are far behind, and have much catching-up to do.

  • 9 years ago

    Why did Obama disable online address verification to accept untraceable campaign donations in 2008?

    "Sen. Barack Obama’s presidential campaign is allowing donors to use largely untraceable prepaid credit cards that could potentially be used to evade limits on how much an individual is legally allowed to give or to mask a contributor’s identity, campaign officials confirmed. Faced with a huge influx of donations over the Internet, the campaign has also chosen not to use basic security measures to prevent potentially illegal or anonymous contributions from flowing into its accounts, aides acknowledged.”

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Because whenever they are honest, some people try to start a boycott against their companies.

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