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What exactly is the definition of “change,” again?

What exactly is the definition of “change,” again?

Remember when Barack Obama tried to convince us he had “changed the way campaigns are funded,” inspiring the ubiquitous everyman to donate $15 or $20?

Yeah… no.

About 40 percent of President Barack Obama’s record-breaking $86 million second-quarter fundraising haul came from big-money bundlers, according to a POLITICO analysis of donors listed on Obama’s campaign web site.

“Political mythology” indeed.


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common tater | July 17, 2011 at 8:15 pm

Perhaps Obama’s claim turns on the meaning of “small,” and a majority of his donors are shorter or weigh less than average.

LukeHandCool | July 17, 2011 at 9:00 pm

I wonder if there are any private jet owners among that 40%?

Has Doodad Pro or the Texas Cowboys donated yet? Has Obama got his Palestinian phone bank set up yet?

Not a big suprise since he is the king of crony capitalism. Who needs to compete in the free market when they can just pay Obama to pick them as the winner while at the same time grinding their competition into the ground. You don’t have to look further than the light bulb ban to realize both parties play the same games… thanks GW. Are environmentalists really so stupid that they can’t understand that the light bulbs were not banned to save the earth, but to create profits by eliminating competition. Obama doesn’t hate corporate jet owners, he loves wheeling and dealing with these guys. He just loves playing the class warfare game of covetousness and envy to buy votes from bitter somebody owes me something clingers.

superabsurdness | July 17, 2011 at 11:57 pm

Check tout this article. Basically, Obama has 2x’s as many donors as new jobs created! How funny!