Writer's Block: Hey, big spender
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Nov. 3rd, 2010 | 05:58 am
Should there be limits on how much money a political candidate can spend on an election campaign, and why?
There should absolutely be limits on how much money a candidate can spend, because then you begin to lose integrity and the person who spends the more typically wins, not always, but it is an advantage (as studied in my Elections 2006 class, it's all about who can spend the more on advertising, etc.). If people had to have the same budget, it would actually force people to run on their character and trust people to see the better person.
Here in Florida our new super creepy criminal governor won by spending a disgusting amount of his own personal money, and barely won, if he actually did (I would love it if he didn't actually win since votes are still being counted but I'm cynical). I cannot believe people actually want a criminal for a governor, one who STOLE taxpayer dollars and that's what they complain and cry about the whole time is taxes? Seriously? Just spend loads of money into a campaign and slap a Republican tag onto it and you have a guarantee win here in FL! Cause people do not bother to actually research their candidates ahead of time, clearly.
Such a jokeeeeeee. Can't wait to move next summer, before Scott rapes this state socially and economically.
The best election money can buy, right here in Florida! Hope it was worth it, Scott! Don't make an even worse fool of yourself but I think with you its always possible. *vomit*