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...in charitable contribution wouldn't Pawlenty's folks already have rejected the contribution?
$50 is the limit, apparantly, that the Gov can contribute to charity. The limit to donate to a political campagin/party is much higher.
I saw Pawlenty at Lucky's tonight chillin with his squeeze with a goomba watching his back. He didn't seem to be sweating Petter's ordeal.
$50 would be the limit on charitable contributions given by campaigns, not the limit for political contributions to a campaign.
Oops, already covered. :-)
. . . the other $2.9995 BILLION won't be as easy to recover! Has anyone else realized this putz has never earned a legitimate dollar since he showed up in Minnesota?
Isn't the US great! Here we get a guy that shoots a female, carjacks another, and robs a armored vehicle 5 years ago, and gets a $1M bail....go figure.
This guy apparently has the charisma and ability to essentially sell ice to Eskimos in January, and how does he use this gift? FRAUD, that appears likely to greatly exceed $3 Billion! ATTENTION: All Tommy's future neighbors in Cell Block "X" - Watch your cigarettes and anything else you value . . . .
You almost have to wonder. These of course are just the contributions documented. But everyone that received these donations; if they give the money to charity and say they didn't know anything; they sound innocent right? funny, sounds like the mortgage industry.
They all are part of the same game, They all represent a corrupt system.
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