Discussion in 'Elections & Campaigns' started by chris155au, Oct 10, 2019.
They're charging the government for services rendered.
Yes, but that doesn't tell you where Planned Parenthood (or any other organization) got the funds to donate.
If PP is supposed to be a healthcare facility, why are they spending their government funding on political campaigns?
You have your head up some dark place.
But let's not go there.
And you're saying that funding from the government shouldn't be conditional?
Well WHERE they got the funds from is HOW they are funded isn't it?
So you don't think the Hyde Amendment is specific to abortion? Why aren't PAC's mentioned in the Wikipedia article? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyde_Amendment
Are you not denying that they're using mostly tax payers money?
People in Kambodia said that about the khmer rouge and a few milloins dead later they wished they took them seriously.
People also said that on the Nazis in Germany, look where it got them.
Always take political movements seriously.
The more idiotic they are the more dangarous they are.
You didn't answer my question - What the hell does this have to do with Putin being the reason that Trump won?
Of course I know that, but what THE HELL does it have to do with me?
They said that they were either severely mentally disabled or they were trolls?
Translation: The results don't agree with your stated line of bullshit.
No, there were simply no results which said one way or another if PAC's can use government funds.
You really need to work on your search engine skills, then...
Of course, that would severely limit your blatant trolling, wouldn't it?
That's just the homepage of the FEC. What about it?
Conditional on doing the job? Yes.
You seriously used Wikipedia as a resource??
Dude, just let it go
You're embarrassing yourself
No, conditional on what the funding is used for.
Okay, forget about Wikipedia. Why are no relevant Google results returned for the search term, "hyde amendment pac funding?"
Smarter people might read the actual act
Just an idea
Perhaps you could read the actual act linked to below, in which you would see no mention of "PAC." Just an idea.
Sorry, but have to question if someone unable to use a simple search engine, will now be able to understand complicated legislation.
The link that I provided - you understand that this is the bill, right?
Yes, do you?
Any idea what it means, or is this a monkey with a computer situation?
Why the hell would I have posted that link if I didn't think it was the bill?
Separate names with a comma.