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

Phd3 Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 1:44 AM
You realize, of course, that corporations can spend unlimited amounts of money on elections? You think those entities are wholly American owned? Welcome to the world of Citizens United, where a wealthy Saudi prince could choose to spend a billion dollars (or more) to influence an election, in total secrecy.
bobyoung Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 11:34 AM
That is about the lamest excuse for a response to this as I've seen. Get over your childish and ignorant hatred of the corporations that are as much responsible for the success of the world as the people who run them. I get it, you're a jealous little leech and you want to make the rest of us as miserable and useless as you know you are. And your name is spelled Fudd, not Phd. Didn't your mother ever tell you honesty is important? Now go back to your basement and let the adults have a conversation.
MudontheTires Wrote: Oct 08, 2012 2:24 AM
"You realize, of course, that corporations can spend unlimited amounts of money on elections?"

Not even a good attempt prog. Obama is breaking the law and your attempts to spin it are garbage.

Get lost, troll.

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...