The Washington Post's headline is "Spending by independent groups had little...
There's a big difference. Bestiality isn't ok because one is intruding on another. The other doesn't have the ability to give consent, so it's not ok, hence why government bans it. Others have rights too and governments exists to honor all rights. babies have rights...embryos don't. You don't have to tolerate anyone you don't want, but you can't take action against another that infringes on their rights based off your intolerant views. When does government tell someone how much they can make? Yes there are taxes and those are part of being in a society and all the benefits and security it provides. Some things you will agree with, and others you will not, but the assumption is you're better of part of society than alone.
Much digital ink and wind is being expended today on the interwebs and cable TV lamenting the ineffectiveness of outside spending from conservative-aligned groups in electing Republican candidates. Indeed, some of the largest groups spent incredible amounts of money to what looks to be little effect. Many Republican candidates who had large SuperPACs behind them lost, and in what looked to be winnable races. This wasn't just Mitt Romney - it was down the ballot with candidates like Josh Mandel, Scott Brown, Tommy Thompson and George Allen.
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