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How does the Obama fan base feel about his $1 billion dollar campaign?

That's a lot of payoffs. Do you think the Dems will convince themselves it was all raised $1 at a time by Grandma and regular people? *** The GOP only has about $35 million. The Obama canpaign alone has $85 million. Plus the DNC has over 200 million. Where are the other funds? *** Rover never raised $350 million this camapign. *** Name the superpacs. Go on, I dare you. Thats a dem talking point. *** Funny. I think conservatives have less of an issue with it as much as Democrats THEMSELVES!

Asked By: Atheist Chuck - 4/16/2012
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Seeing as how Citizens United freed up billionaires and even foreign-owned multi-national corporations to directly pour hundreds of millions of dollars into direct advocacy, I'd say it will probably just about even the scales... More
Answered By: AndrewM - 4/16/2012
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If only this clown would fund raise for the COUNTRY like he is doing for himself! We could use the money to pay down his MASSIVE debt!
Answered By: John Death - 4/16/2012
 
Its pale in comparison to the Rep[ublican money. Karl Rove has raised almost 350 million for his PAC which will not let anyone know where the money came from.
Answered By: john a - 4/16/2012
 
I don't feel good about it, but it is worse on the RawMoney side. ABR. Anyone but Romney
Answered By: Nemo Hoes - 4/16/2012
 
and how much is mitt spending?
Answered By: matthew - 4/16/2012
 
How does the Romney fan base feel about his $1 billion dollar campaign? That's a lot of payoffs. Do you think the Cons will convince themselves it was all raised $1 at a time by Grandma and regular people?
Answered By: Vulcan - 4/16/2012
 
Grandma sent five dollars. And if Obama were the communist marxist that the right keeps painting him as they why is business and the wealthy supporting his run so extravagantly?
Answered By: justagrandma - 4/16/2012
 
He might as well spend it that is the way of the usa bush spent a lot of money on bull sht to.
Answered By: Stephen W - 4/16/2012
 
Since it's source is reported - yes. And it will clearly be shown AGAIN to be donated in smaller donations and more people that his opponent.
Answered By: oohhbother - 4/16/2012
 
I believe it was FOX news that said he was estimated to be pulling in $1billion? It is kind of hard for him to do that when the majority of contributors are from the middle and lower income groups.
Answered By: realistic girl - 4/16/2012
 
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Answered By: Really? - 4/16/2012
 
You pushed through Americans United, you made your bed, sleep in it. Anybody but Romney!
Answered By: CON LOGIC - 4/16/2012
 
do you know the amount that Romney super-pack are or will spend in negatives adds..it will be extraordinary. Money will make Romney the future president to defend corporations and well to do. be fair on your questions
Answered By: Emmanuel - 4/16/2012
 
As you can see, they're in denial.
Answered By: trbl - 4/16/2012
 
people choose to financially support the candidate they feel would best run this country and of coarse the best man wins.how much has romney raised?
Answered By: bumper55706 - 4/16/2012
 
How can Americans allow this Obamination to remain in Power He is in Contempt of Court and now telling the Supreme Justice what to do? Obamination one more year of this and you can Kiss US good by Line up Next Train Camp Fema whilst OB & Family deek off on another 4.5 Mil Vacation
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Answered By: Skip - 4/16/2012
 
that's a lot of food stamps
Answered By: Conservative Christian - 4/16/2012
 
That's a f*****g talking point, one with no basis in reality. It ignored the fact that so far, the republican presidential candidates collectively have raised more than Obama has, $200 million to $157 million. Romney alone has raised $74 million, a figure that is sure to rise dramatically now that he is essentially... More
Answered By: Leo - 4/16/2012
 
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