I repeat - how a Congressman/woman votes for or against legislation may greatly affects you in ways you may not immediately grasp. It may be in a good way; it may be negative. If the impact is negative, however, I'd think you'd want to know why he voted the way he did. And if it is discovered that his vote was "bought" by special interest groups, I'd think you'd be considerably pissed off about it. The questions then become: a) can the legislation be repealed or modified; or b) can the politician if still in office be held accountable, i.e. voted out of office or brought up on corruption charges or ethics violations? It's up to you as part of a well informed electorate to know as much as possible about the candidates who (are suppose to) serve you - the public - and your interest, not the special interest.Unless you are somehow a party to Blockbuster it's not really your concern is it? You are like the rest jumping to conclusions. I have no reason to believe that the millions Soros sent to moveon.com were then funneled to Obama. I'm not going to argue that we must stop this because someone *might* abuse it. People abuse the right to vote by trying to sign up the dead but that's not an arguement to remove people's right to vote.