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apc3161
09-14-2008, 11:09 PM
We all know BJ Lawson is running against David Price in the 4th District of NC.

So far, Price has raised over $300,000 in PAC contributions. Check it out for yourself

http://fec.gov/DisclosureSearch/HSRefreshContributorList.do?cand_id=H6NC04037&detailType=cand&contComeFrom=candDetail&contCategory=PAC&category=searchCand&searchKeyword=PRICE

He has donations from Accounting Industry PACs, Defense Industry PACs, Telecommunications PACs, Airlines PACs, Healthcare PACs, etc etc.

On the other hand, BJ has really only gotten contributions from one PAC, and that is the Ron Paul Presidential Committee.

So, while in terms of individual donations, BJ is keeping up with David Price, he is getting completely destroyed in terms of PAC donations. This is a disgrace. We have to step up this fight if we want a principled freedom loving Republican to win this district. How much money Price is receiving from these PACs just goes to show how much in line he is with the current system, he is bought and paid for.

I hope everyone will go here and pledge to donate at least $17.87 on the anniversary of our Constitution.

http://www.lawsonlibertyfund.com/

I have already donated $290, and plan on donating another $210 on this day to bring me up to an even $500. So who will join me in at least donating $17.87?

pacelli
09-14-2008, 11:14 PM
I've already signed up and had budgeted for a september donation last month.

I hope more review Lawson's campaign website, the only place to donate (www.lawsonforcongress.com), and make a decision whether it is worthwhile to place their support in this Ron Paul endorsed candidate (one of the first).

apc3161
09-15-2008, 12:00 AM
I've already signed up and had budgeted for a september donation last month.

I hope more review Lawson's campaign website, the only place to donate (www.lawsonforcongress.com), and make a decision whether it is worthwhile to place their support in this Ron Paul endorsed candidate (one of the first).

How many candidates has RP actually endorsed?