Goldman, Citigroup, and Now Facebook to Suspend All Political Contributions… Good!

Well, it appears the major financial institutions are taking quite a united stand against political contributions… and they’re getting support from an unlikely source.

This week, J.P. Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Morgan Stanley, and now Facebook have announced they will suspend political contributions to both parties for varying lengths of time. Some of the companies said they don’t want to support politicians who break the rule of law, while others simply announced they will halt donations for at least six months.

Wouldn’t it be great if we could get companies out of the political donation game altogether? Maybe after that, we could severely curtail lobbying.

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  1. SA Gala
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    Welcome to New Biden America…is this what American want well you got it, this will continue to you have nothing.

  2. Joe miller
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    Liars big vote will donate to the democratic behind the table

  3. Mike DIBello
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    it would really be significant if a few more of the really big made the same decision like google, and some of their buddies

  4. BUTCH
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    THEY GET THEIR DIRECTLY FROM THE GOVERNMENT THEY DO NOT NEED POLITICAL CONTRIBUTIONS… REMEMBER OBAMA TRANSFERRED 12 TRILLION DOLLARS FROM THE AMERICAN WORKING PEOPLE TO THE RICH DEMOCRATS…!!! AND TO EVERY SINGLE ENEMY OF AMERICA AND HER PEOPLE…. NOW THAT IS TREASON…

  5. SHIRLEY CARERE
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    Agree that all contributions to the Democratic Party should cease. Due to the economic circumstances, the companies can not afford to support the government to this degree. BIDEN should get a great deal of support from his son HUNTER since he has all those millions he took from the international community. There should be plenty of leftover dollars from previous contributions. BIDEN was not out campaigning. He should account very seriously where those campaign dollars were spent.

  6. Bonnie Ayers
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    The is the very essence of political sensorship. To ban a sitting President. I don’t care what you think about him personally or politically. If you can sensor a sitting President, the first amendment is essentially null and void.

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