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Rumors Swirl: How Bad Will The Obama Foreign Donor Scandal Be?

old progrmr Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 2:17 PM
All of those contributions averaged $53 each. This means that most of the money recieved was beneath the $50 limit where it is unecessary to record the name of the contributor. The way the law reads, if an individual submits 10,000 inividual contributions of under $50 there is no need to document the name, or location, of the contributor. There is mounting evidence of automated, programmed contributions of these small amounts through unsecured credit card accounts. The MSM is working diligently over this weekend to put a cap on this potential scandal.
topperj2 Wrote: Oct 07, 2012 2:48 PM
It means no such thing. Average is not the same as a median.The median is that point there are as many above as below that $53 figure. Average is not as accurate. If one has $999 dollars and another $1, they average $500 each. Certainly not an accurate figure.

Editor's UPDATE: Katie Pavlich has filed a report on documents TOWNHALL obtained regarding the breaking Obama campaign's foreign donor scandal.

Since last week, the news sphere has been buzzing about the possibility of an Obama campaign foreign donor scandal being the big October surprise of 2012. Since the Washington Examiner first reported the story last week, many are asking how the Obama campaign will handle foreign donation allegations expected to go public Monday in a major magazine and national website story. The Obama campaign has already tried to block the story from publication and although the details of the...