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Jesse Jackson Jr. 'spent $750K of campaign

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Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. was charged Friday with scheming to spend $750,000 in campaign funds on personal expenses and his wife was charged with filing false income tax forms.

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Now, we don't want any bad comments from you racists *sarcasm*

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Now, we don't want any bad comments from you racists *sarcasm*

Sc^ m bag, thieving, hypocrites, lowlife, lying bas***** come in all shapes and colours.

over here we call some of them MP`s.

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Sc^ m bag, thieving, hypocrites, lowlife, lying bas***** come in all shapes and colours.

over here we call some of them MP`s.

Hi There! Lend us a quid would you?

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Hi There! Lend us a quid would you?

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******** ******* ****** ********************** ***************************** *************** of a donkeys ass.

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I personally think that as long as it is not taxpayer money, they should be able to spend campaign funds on whatever they want. Would ensure that contributors really take a good look at the character of the people they are giving money to.

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Hi There! Lend us a quid would you?

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How could you trust someone that looks like they have been pulled out of an "Happy Meal" box. :td:

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The sad thing is that none of this would have a negative impact on his reelection prospects.

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People vote for the team not the player.

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I personally think that as long as it is not taxpayer money, they should be able to spend campaign funds on whatever they want. Would ensure that contributors really take a good look at the character of the people they are giving money to.

The contributors very often to turn out to be dodgiest. Probably some rich company boss who has been ripping his customers off for years.....or some baptist minister contributing some of the charity money given to him at the services.

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