This and that about my life in Missouri, and the loves of my life... my family.
I love it! I wish more people could be clued in.
I'd "even" work for some $$.
Where is all of his campaign money coming from anyway? Who is behind those big numbers?
Nah, he can't share it... He needs it for his holidays after he bribes people to vote for him. Isn't that how things work usually?
*backspaces and refuses to leave a comment like I'm thinking out in the open for all to see....dont want to catch hell for my opinion of the man or his ...ummm..."followers"*
Good question AK. I found these numbers through a google search. Notice the last one - US Government $400 K. I had forgotten that our tax money actually helps fund the ridiculous amount of campaign ads we have had to tolerate. How upside down, out of wack is that! University of California $909,283 Goldman Sachs $874,207 Harvard University $717,230 Microsoft Corp $714,108 Google Inc $701,099 JPMorgan Chase & Co $581,460 Citigroup Inc $581,216 National Amusements Inc $543,859 Time Warner $508,148 Sidley Austin LLP $492,445 Stanford University $481,199 Skadden, Arps et al $473,424 Wilmerhale Llp $466,679 UBS AG $454,795 Latham & Watkins $426,924 Columbia University $426,516 Morgan Stanley $425,102 IBM Corp $415,196 University of Chicago $414,555 US Government $400,819
And even with all those huge numbers you dug up, punkn, an even bigger chunk of his donations come from individuals giving less than $250, so they don't need to be made public.
You are right Chicago, I forgot to mention that.
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