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g5jamz

Welfare, food stamps, unemployment peeps subject to drug testing/cap lottery winnings

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Democrats beholden to ACLU

oh no, I can read, I was just looking for a little elaboration.

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ACLU is not even in the top 20 (is it anywhere?), but that Blank Rome knows how to cover its bases!

Of course lawyers give more to Dems, they are generally more intelligent, well educated and worldly than your average American.

I am sure that the Wheel of Fortune crowd balances their contributions right out.

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Of course lawyers give more to Dems, they are generally more intelligent, well educated and worldly than your average American.

I gonna take care o' him and he gonna take care o' me.

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No, I'm interested in you connecting the dots for me. What is the ACLUs agenda in this?

They have a beef w/ drug testing welfare recipients.

Look it up.

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You can say that about any contributors. Is it true? In some cases I am sure - that's why there are laws for contribution limits and transparency in donations.

But to say that the ACLU somehow owns the Democratic Party because lawyers contribute to it is stupid - there are a lot more lawyers that are not members of the ACLU than there are. But for g5 its just another day at the office.

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They have a beef w/ drug testing welfare recipients.

Look it up.

Of course they do - the ACLU takes on a lot of unpopular causes.

Like defending Rush Limbaugh for example.

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That would be pretty expensive, are you willing to have your taxes raised for that? Also, pretty sure that this would add a lot more people to rehab programs, ready to pay for that too?

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