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Apr 7 - cocaine mitch.......allegedly softens stannery of new georgia voting law
 

 
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) softened his disapproval of the corporate backlash against Georgia's new voting law, saying Wednesday that businesses "are certainly entitled to be involved in politics," according to the New York Times.


image The state of play: McConnell on Monday said that corporations are better off staying out of politics and claimed the dozens of CEOs and corporations that have spoken out against Georgia's law were "taking cues from the Outrage-Industrial Complex."


One day later the Senate minority leader said it's "stupid" for corporations to take stances on divisive political issues and warned them to "stay out of politics."

He did however defend businesses' right to give money to political campaigns and political action committees, according to NBC News.

What he's saying: “I didn’t say that very artfully yesterday,” McConnell clarified on Wednesday, according to the Times. "They are certainly entitled to be involved in politics."

“So my complaint about the CEOs: Read the damn bill.”

The big picture: The MLB announced last week it would move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to the bill.

The bill includes changes that many worry will make voting more difficult for people, especially Black and Latino constituents
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 1 week ago '07        #2
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He did however defend businesses' right to give money to political campaigns and political action committees, according to NBC News.
republicans: corporations should stay out of politics

also republicans: we give corporations tax breaks and take their money to advance white nationalism
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Is he coming around op
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 1 week ago '09        #4
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"If I were running a major corporation, I would stay out of politics,”
“they are irritating a hell of a lot of Republican fans”
“I am not talking about political contributions”

Basically he is a piece of sh*t who wants their money he is just upset they are not being good little lapdogs, if you want corporate America out of politics the 1st thing that's gotta go is the contirbutions
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 Xiox said
Is he coming around op

mitch will take any position that makes him even more money
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For him to be minority leader dude sure does talk a lot
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