Who do the Republicans in congress support more Corporations or their Conservative doners...?

Since the RNC Finance Director Rob Bickhart said that their upper class doners are "ego-driven" and their middle to lower class doners are "reationary and easily bilked by fear"? “They don’t get it,” Judson Phillips, a Nashville lawyer who organized the National Tea Party Convention last month, said in reaction to the release of the RNC Memo. “They freaking don’t get it.”

Asked By: Proud Liberal-Elitist-Muslim - 3/6/2010
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Would you say that you are obsessed with Republicans? Do you fear us that much? All we want you to do is get a job And pay your own way. Besides, Corporations are made up of humans, some of them Liberals.
Answered By: gentle giant 2 - 3/6/2010
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their donors/lobbyists just like democrats oh wait democrats MUST be perfect touched a nerve did I? @ your thumbs down
Answered By: tiger the elastic piston - 3/6/2010
yep, those who help their agenda get money, those who don't get screwed and throw on the street.
Answered By: Yoda Cookie Monster - 3/6/2010
Since the Republican party is all about pushing their agenda, and it is just an elite few who own most of the corporations, I would say the former.
Answered By: TheMom - 3/6/2010
honestly? there are corporations on both side of the aisles. there is no difference, except that the democrats do a better job of hiding their corporate agenda than the Teabaggers and GOP does.
Answered By: Red Solidarity - 3/6/2010
The naked truth is that Democrats have more corporate donations than do the Republicans. Republicans are more prone to listen to their constituents than are the Democrats.
Answered By: Disgust - 3/6/2010
what does "reationary" mean
Answered By: Ted Kennedy's Car - 3/6/2010
I support whomever gives me the opportunity to have a job and work (but you wouldn't understand that)
Answered By: ME - 3/6/2010
All politicians support their donors first and their constituents last. They want you to believe otherwise but the truth is all they care about is where the money is coming from.
Answered By: Coffee addict - 3/6/2010
The Corporations are their Conservative doners! Judson Phillips can say what he likes. Tea Party was organized mostly through the Heritage Foundation. Heritage Foundation is completely a Republican Neo-con organ for propaganda maquerading as a think tank.
Answered By: fliesonwings - 3/6/2010
Their middle to lower class donors are people who have largely bought the lie that has been packaged and marketed to them called "The American Dream" The fact is that over 90% of all the business equity in this country is owned by the top 1% of the population, while the bottom 90% of the population carries over 90% of... More
Answered By: mike19772005 - 3/6/2010
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