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The evolution of the Chamber’s political spending goes a long way to explain the current dysfunction in Washington. The organization will devote $170 million to combat conservatives in primaries and support establishment Republicans in the general, but only around $30 million when Obama is running for reelection.


At the time business groups announced their heavy involvement in Republican primaries, Scott Reed, the Chamber’s top political consultant said, “[t]he need is now more than ever to elect people who understand the free market and not silliness.”


The top legislative priorities for the U.S. Chamber, and many business groups, are reinstatement of the Export-Import Bank, an immigration overhaul that greatly expands the number of both legal workers and foreign work visas, and an overhaul of the corporate income tax.


Only one of these priorities is clearly a free-market position.


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Randall Covey, Russian Hacker
Seems USCoC is in fact communist. Interesting. Can I say anything about "sacred cows"?
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Safari Woman is online.
you may lol
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Randall Covey, Russian Hacker
Ok.

MOOO!
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Rocky
Anyone using "U.S." in their name will appear to be an arm of OUR government and should not be allowed to attempt to sway the general public.

It can be intimidating to say the very least.
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Safari Woman is online.
agree
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