Originally Posted by Jetdawgg
Both sides take money from corporations. The point I think that IJF is that it is the r's have a poorer way of distributing the monies to the people than the d's.
Look at the jobs records over the past 50 years or so that Clinton talked about at the convention. The d's have created many more jobs in less time than the r's.
“…since 1961, for 52 years now, the Republicans have held the White House 28 years, the Democrats, 24. In those 52 years, our private economy has produced 66 million private sector jobs.
So what’s the job score? Republicans, 24 million; Democrats, 42 [million].”
The American people see this and understand what is at stake here. The constant lying by the r's has caught up to them big time.The r's cannot even march out a former POTUS at their convention. That is just pathetic
The republicans of yesteryear are all banned from their conventions since they'd only serve as reminders of what a laughingstock the party has become. Mitt has already been banned from the 2016 convention.