posted on Feb, 21 2007 @ 11:55 AM
people and corporations make donations to parties with the hopes that the money donated will get them good relationships with the govt so it could
very well be nothing more than donations made in that manner.
in the election year following 9/11 there was a big deal made about donations to parties and politicians from individuals and organizations that might
have been linked to terrorist groups and when the news of these donations received hit the papers the monies were almost always returned.
If charlie manson writes a check for $100,000 and sends it to the elect jeb bush fund it will be received by a worker, possibly a volunteer, who will
make a notation as to where it came from and how much and then it will be deposited. This person is not reading each check and deciding what to
accept and what to return. Even if there is someone overseeing the receipts before depositing them, they are reviewing the list and if there is
anything they are looking for it is organizations with ties to terror organizations, not individual names. How is anyone going to know if the donor
is the same or different from someone on a watch list? Imagine rejecting funds because the name sounded bad and wasn't. talk about bad press and
backlash from an entire community