Matt3All noise, no signal.Premium
Won't pass It's no wonder why he's pressing this, the large majority of his donations came from AT&T ($4,000), Time Warner ($2,250), NC Cable PAC ($1,000), and Sprint/Nextel ($3,000): »www.app.sboe.state.nc.us/cf_pdf/···2309.pdf
Thing is, if you slipped a politician $4K in exchange for a favor you would go to jail on bribery charges. AT&T does it and it's called a contribution.
Businesses are very good at hiding bribes. They can, for example make contributions to 'charities' which are actually fonts for the politician. If you know how to do it, bribery is easy, especally when it's so widespread.