I have here in my hand a list of 205—a list of names that were made known to the Federal Elections Commission as being members of the Republican Party and who nevertheless are still working and shaping policy in the PONCHO.
PONCHO full of Republicans? Quel horreur!
PONCHO is still around? I don't mean that in a snarky way - I just hadn't heard anything about them in a long time. But then again, I don't get out much.
People on the boards of high dollar charities are there because they either have money, or are well connected to people who have money. People with that kind of money are more likely to be republican. The well healed social progressive sometimes vote with their pocketbook, not their conscience. Her $30,000 donation is protecting her tax bracket.
"...more than makes up for it for the other side.” "That side whose name cannot be spoken, without my tongue burning in my mouth,"she added.
Art is a commodity--that's part of the charm for rich Republitards like True.
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The interesting story is not that rich people are both republicans and arts philanthropists. That is not a real shocker. What you fail to mention that Janet True is also Chair of the Seattle Rep board at the same time as being the PONCHO President. Your real story should be about the interconnected gene pool that is the non profit boards of Seattle.
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