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SuperPACs and "Wasted Money"

BamaPaleocon91 Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:19 PM
Mitt Romney beat himself. He REFUSED to take the moral high ground on abortion. He REFUSED to take on the Lilly Ledbeter Act (probably because he doesn't understand economics). He REFUSED to attack Obama for supporting the auto bailouts (probably because he doesn't understand economics). He REFUSED to defend the free market (probably because he doesn't understand economics). Mitt Romney lost because he let Obama frame the discussion (probably because he doesn't understand economics).
byeBarry Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:25 PM
The hussein won because of to many dregs and he is black, the hussein, an affirmative action product that never has worked a day in his life in the private sector understands economics, you hussein worshipers are some some dumb SOB's, thats for sure! Why is the economy in shambles if the hussein is so well informed about economics?
Pipewrench Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 7:51 PM
Why is the economy in shambles if the hussein is so well informed about economics?

Bush 2000, Bush 2004 train wreck might jog your memory.
byeBarry Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:06 PM
Great times for America, how about now?
Pipewrench Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:29 PM
Obama 2008 Obama 2012 plane crash. 2016 could be the titanic ;)
Much digital ink and wind is being expended today on the interwebs and cable TV lamenting the ineffectiveness of outside spending from conservative-aligned groups in electing Republican candidates. Indeed, some of the largest groups spent incredible amounts of money to what looks to be little effect. Many Republican candidates who had large SuperPACs behind them lost, and in what looked to be winnable races. This wasn't just Mitt Romney - it was down the ballot with candidates like Josh Mandel, Scott Brown, Tommy Thompson and George Allen.

The Washington Post's headline is "Spending by independent groups had little...