January 4th, 2007

Ask Dave : Repeat

By a large margin the question WebCameron users most want answered by Dave this week is: who is paying for WebCameron? Before Christmas Dave gave a load of flannel about being all for transparency. He then avoided answering the question as to who is behind his mysterious millions. So this week the question has been posed again, who is ultimately and opaquely behind these mysterious offshore lenders? Arms dealers?

An honest democracy can’t have political parties funded by shadowy hidden manipulators. Voters are entitled to know who is financing the party they are considering voting for, they can then judge for themselves their motives and their influence on the party. That is not too much to ask of Dave, is it?



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