Discussion in 'Elections & Campaigns' started by chris155au, Oct 10, 2019.
As in pro-war conservatives?
The FEC site does. But you have to actually look for it.
You do know what the FEC is and what it regulates, right? If not:
fec.gov doesn't return any relevant law either.
Like I said - I can explain it to you. I can't understand it for you. Seek and ye shall find...
What the hell have you explained?
What is the context of those images?
Whatever you come up with.
I've shown you where to find the answers you seek. Here endeth the lesson...
Do you even know that there is something there which explains how PAC's can and cannot be funded?
Well there you go. They're just random war images, not necessarily depicting death by the US government. How honest of you.
I don't believe I even mentioned the US government in that post.
*looks at post #119*
Nope - not a word...
I've already given you the answer and where to verify it for yourself, multiple times. Avail yourself of it or don't.
You don't actually know that there is anything relevant there do you!
You referred to "neo-cons." Isn't that a label given to certain American conservatives?
It's an ideology, not a position within government. You do recognize the difference, right?
You obviously haven't looked at the site, beyond reading the initials. Let me educate you one last time, my Aussie friend...
FEC = Federal Election Commission. Any question you have regarding how to raise and spend money for political campaigns at any level, or how to manage 501c entities and PACs in the United States (Google it) can be found there. Avail yourself of the available knowledge or don't, I'm through with the obtuseness.
Of course I have. I visited fec.gov and did a search, but like all website searches about one million results popped up and none of them appeared relevant. I'm just wondering if you actually know that there is something on the site which says that no government money can used for PAC's. It doesn't appear that you do actually know.
Sure, but they are people who support the US government being involved in other countries and going to war.
So, you are too lazy to sort through and find the relevant information? I don't seem to recall the site rule - or general debate rule, for that matter - that requires anyone to spoon-feed the information to you. Do your homework, educate yourself, and get back to me after you do. Stop debating from a position of sheer, unadulterated ignorance.
In short - nut up or shut up.
When the hell did I ask to be spoon fed? Again, I'm just wondering if you actually know that there is something on the site which says that no government money can used for PAC's. It doesn't appear that you do actually know.
So then in order to accuse them of hypocrisy, you should've pointed to people who have been killed by the US, but you don't even know if your images depict this.
You repeatedly demand to be spoon-fed information, but never seem to avail yourself of it. Your go-to tactic is to ask inane questions and never commit yourself to any position, while trying to cast doubt on the statements of others through repetitious stupid questions. It's how you troll this board.
Homie don't play that (Google it).
Really? Either US troops or US made weapons caused every casualty pictured. That's why I used the term "military industrial complex" (Google it) in post #119. Stop arguing from a point of utter ignorance.
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