Why don’t docs get more of what they want in DC?

There’s a quite instructive graph in a blog post from NRO yesterday (talking about Union campaign donations), but I found this one to be very instructive, and have added labels so the point cannot be missed:

In politics, generally what you give is what you get. I’ve taken to giving more to the PACs that represent me.

As an aside, it’s political malpractice to give only to one party (Teachers). Eventually that one party will be on the outs, and then where are you?


Comments

  1. Hmm. Food for thought. Akin to “squeaky wheel gets the grease”.

  2. The presentation of the graph is maybe not ideal. I would be more interested in the trend from 89′ to 09′. That way we can know which wheel is squeaking louder in a given year.

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