"Here's a peculiar thing about the holier-than-thou campaign-finance-reform crowd," writes Michelle Malkin. "Whenever the stench of dirty money starts wafting from Democrat-party coffers, the clean-election lobbyists are nowhere to be found. They'll raise hell and hackles over American corporate donors. But when it's shady foreign operators infusing cash into our electoral system, you'll only hear one sound: the deafening swell of crickets chirping."
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POSTED: Wednesday, September 05, 2007