How to Lose Friends yet Influence Elections.

Via on Mar 27, 2012


The next edition of this board game hopefully won’t have that card included…

More on Citizens United and Super PACs

From HuffPo: Citizens United and Contributions to Super PACs: A Little History Is in Order
From Salon: The hard truth about Citizens United
From Open Secrets: Super PACs (full breakdown)

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About Joe Mohr

Joe (aka "Mean Joe Green") is a painter, illustrator, cartoonist, writer (ROBOT+BIKE=KITTEN), beekeeper, father and hubby who enjoys travelling, biking, walking and hiking. Joe’s environmental articles and cartoons can be found on Elephant Journal, Yes! magazine (print and online), Urban Conversion (PBS), The Center for Media and Democracy, Greenpeace, Natural Papa, Eco Child's Play, Ecolutionist, Ecopolitology, PlanetSave, and a few others. He also does an environmental kids cartoon series called “Hank D and the Bee”on NaturalPapa, EcoSnobberySucks, and EcoChildsPlay. Joe is proud to be the #1 individual cartoonist that shows up after Googling "Monsanto cartoon". Visit Joe's cartoon archive, twitter ramblings and Stumble Upon page.

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One Response to “How to Lose Friends yet Influence Elections.”

  1. […] Yet with such a cushy middle class, people seem paralyzed by what they don’t want to lose and thus, moved only to the point of complacency. The fundamentals of human welfare are buried beneath such inertia. Indeed, it’s become best to laugh it all off. […]

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