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Samstag, Mai 08, 2004
Yes, I know, living in Cologne and being a member of the SPD is not the greatest move right now, and talking about connections and "friends" in a political way is also something that's pretty much on the "No"" list for the next decades as long the scandals are being worked through, here (even when we made a great step with the new SPD leaders, Boerschel and Ott).
But I'd like to see it on a more theoretical way - people who donate much money to someone's campaign are made public by newspapers and all, but do you still know who gave what the last years to whom? Would it be interesting for anyone to be able to get to know this by a mouseclick? Would it be interesting for anyone to find out which musician prefers which political party and plays at solidary concerts or so?
I think it would, but I learned that my ideas of interesting sometimes don't match with the ideas of many other people, so this political friendster might never ever come out of the shadow of anonymity to most Germans. I wish it would not.