Originally Posted by upsideguy
You didn't check much. Had you done so, you would have learned a bit more about what the Democracy Alliance is.
For example, here is an excerpt from an article that appeared awhile back.
The meeting – organized by a group of wealthy, politically active liberals called the Democracy Alliance
– took place at Washington’s swank Mandarin Oriental hotel, where off-duty police officers and other security patrolled the halls looking for reporters and other uninvited guests, who were escorted from the premises.
Among the donors spotted at the conference on Tuesday, the second day of the three-day gathering, were former Stride Rite chairman Arnold Hiatt
, hedge fund financier Donald Sussman
, electronics pioneer Bill Budinger
, real estate developer Wayne Jordan and Suzanne Hess, the wife of real estate mogul Lawrence Hess
There was no sign of some of the deepest-pocketed Democracy Alliance members, such as tech entrepreneur Tim Gill, insurance magnate Peter Lewis, or billionaire financier George Soros, though Michael Vachon, a Soros representative, did attend.
Read more: Crashing the big Democratic donors' D.C. meeting - Kenneth P. Vogel and Jessica Taylor - POLITICO.com
Of course, this is just a partial list. One needs to then look at the so called "trusts" who hide behind their tax exempt status to steer $10's of millions towards the various Progressive causes.
Consider the Annenberg Trust, Tides Foundation, Knight Foundation, Ford Foundation. The list is very long, and the assets are staggering.
Again, the individual billionaires who have teamed up with George Soros and joined in creating the Progressive Machine make the Koch Brothers look like minor league bench warmers.