Political Pac Committees raise money for congressmen and senator. They have fuzzy rules and the politicians use that money for personal gains under the premise they doing it for political reason. Are they dishonest?
These people are raping the American people with their chicanery. We ALL need to vote them ALL out of office and get new people in office.
Is it dishonest if it's legal? It's nice to be able to define bribery the way you want to.
Somebody has been watching 60 Minutes.
I know at the state level they can air commercials on behalf of the candidate with their own funds as long as the candidate does not endorse the commercial or comment in it prior to airing. I also know that most PACs are not stupid enough to air a...
Commercial without the candidates review. They break rules, give the candidate extra air time, and claim publicly they are doing nothing wrong. It's completely dishonest and it buys them votes.
I'm not sure about your definition of a PAC. A PAC can only give up to $15,000 in a national election ($5,000 in lower elections) Here is the link to an article about PACs - they are certainly not straight as an arrow - but they are not without