Proof that you can now buy your way into politics..

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Proof that you can now buy your way into politics..
« on: May 30, 2014, 11:58:56 PM »
Is fundraising the reason why Nick agreed to appear on tv, celeb that he is?
This European fund-raising campaign did not help them much, just the opposite.
Did anyone actually win the coveted prizes, or were they selected, just like the leaders are?





Proof that you can now buy your way into politics..

Subject: Join Nick on Wednesday

John,
How would you like to meet Nick Clegg after this Wednesday’s second debate
between him and Nigel Farage? In last week’s debate, let’s be honest, Nigel Farage showed his true colours.
Nick is taking him on again this Wednesday, it’s live on BBC 2 but you can get even closer and win the chance to meet Nick afterwards. You can even bring a friend along with you.
All you need to do is make a donation to our European election campaign
between now and Sunday night.

Any donation, large or small, will enter you into the competition.

If you win (!!!......) you and a friend will be able to attend our debate reception in London where you’ll meet Nick after he comes off stage.
And of course, everything you give will go directly to helping our fantastic European candidates in these vital elections, which are now less than two months away. We’re picking the winners on Monday morning, make sure you don’t miss out:

www.libdems.org.uk/meetnick
Best
wishes,
Tim Farron MP
President of the Liberal Democrats
26.05.2014, thenorthernecho says:
Party president Tim Farron, seen as a possible successor to Mr Clegg, said the Deputy Prime Minister should not face a leadership challenge despite a "staggeringly disappointing" European election result.
 The Lib Dems had "paid the price" for the decision to fight a strongly pro-European campaign, he said, but he told Sky News that Mr Clegg should be praised for having the backbone to take an unpopular position over the EU and confront Ukip's "threat to British cultural values". (Forked tongue, Servant-Leader speak!)






 
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