$8 dollars per vote

The two Presidential campaigns have now spent $1 billion dollars.

That's $8 dollars per vote

Doesn't even including the primary season and additional money, this is just Obama and McCain.

Too much to put under the mattress: All the presidential candidates in the 2007-2008 contest took in $1.55 billion, nearly twice the amount collected by candidates in 2004 and three times the amount from 2000. The total includes fundraising for the primaries as well as the general election.

The total is almost the same as what the Federal Trade Commission says food and beverage companies spend in a year marketing their products to children.

I cannot help but think what could have been done with all of this money. I know I am sure sick of the infomercial barrage, both candidates and how I must research, hunt and peck, to dig out their real positions, their voting records, the money and corporate sponsors and people behind the campaigns.

Anyone want to pay me back for trying to be an informed voter?

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Pretty reasonable I'd say...

....what do you think McSame's vote or The Precious costs when it's time to screw the taxpayer?

Of kiss the Chamber of Commerce's ass?

A hell of a lot more than a lousy $8.00.

There's a whole year's worth of posts in what those assholes the CC that is, have been up to with the SCOTUS we have...courtesy of The Precious.

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