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              FILE - In this June 2, 2012 file photo, Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren speaks in Springfield, Mass. Liberals have groused about President Barack Obama since

    FILE - In this June 2, 2012 file photo, Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren speaks in Springfield, Mass. Liberals have groused about President Barack Obama since

    Posted: 6/20/2012 4:28:25 PM EST
    FILE - In this June 2, 2012 file photo, Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren speaks in Springfield, Mass. Liberals have groused about President Barack Obama since he was elected, lamenting a lack of progress on issues they hold dear. Even so, most liberal voters are expected to vote for Obama in November over Republican Mitt Romney. But there's no guarantee that liberals, if they continue to be dissatisfied, will turn out to man phone banks and canvass neighborhoods this fall. His fundraising efforts could also take a hit. Their latest beef: that Obama needs to take the fight to Wall Street, much like Warren, the Democratic Senate nominee in liberal-leaning Massachusetts, who has built a national brand around the us-versus-them rhetoric that took root over the past year in the encampments of the Occupy Wall Street movement. For Obama, taking up the Occupy cause as overtly as that carries risks in the dozen or so competitive states that will determine who wins the White House. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File)
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    Posted: 6/15/2012 4:15:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this April 12, 2012 file photo, Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson speaks at a news conference for the Sands Cotai Central in Macau. John Ramsey stands out in a new campaign finance world order filled with big names like Republican casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and Democratic Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg. The little-known senior at Stephen F. Austin University.is the founder of a team of college-aged Republicans that liberals have dubbed the ?Brat PAC,? which helped propel one congressional candidate to victory and intends to get involved in other House races. And he?s just the latest wealthy individual to try to influence federal elections in the wake of a series of federal court decisions that deregulated the campaign finance system and dramatically changed the country?s political landscape. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung, File)
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    Posted: 6/15/2012 4:15:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this July 7, 2011, file photo, Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO of DreamWorks Animation is seen in Sun Valley, Idaho. John Ramsey stands out in a new campaign finance world order filled with big names like Republican casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and Democratic Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg. The little-known senior at Stephen F. Austin University.is the founder of a team of college-aged Republicans that liberals have dubbed the ?Brat PAC,? which helped propel one congressional candidate to victory and intends to get involved in other House races. And he?s just the latest wealthy individual to try to influence federal elections in the wake of a series of federal court decisions that deregulated the campaign finance system and dramatically changed the country?s political landscape. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, File)
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    Posted: 6/15/2012 4:15:45 AM EST
    In this May 24, 2012, photo, John Ramsey, center, accompanied by Preston Bates left, and Doug Lusco, right, young Republicans involved in the Liberty For All political group, stand in front of the state Capitol in Frankfort, Ky. John Ramsey stands out in a new campaign finance world order filled with big names like Republican casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and Democratic Hollywood producer Jeffrey Katzenberg. The little-known senior at Stephen F. Austin University.is the founder of a team of college-aged Republicans that liberals have dubbed the ?Brat PAC,? which helped propel one congressional candidate to victory and intends to get involved in other House races. And he?s just the latest wealthy individual to try to influence federal elections in the wake of a series of federal court decisions that deregulated the campaign finance system and dramatically changed the country?s political landscape. (AP Photo/Roger Alford)
  •  - Verhofstadt ALDE talks to the media after meeting jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko at a hospital in Kharkiv

    Verhofstadt ALDE talks to the media after meeting jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko at a hospital in Kharkiv

    Posted: 5/25/2012 11:25:26 AM EST
    Guy Verhofstadt, President of the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE), talks to the media after meeting jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko at a hospital in Kharkiv May 25, 2012. The leadership of President Viktor Yanukovich is under fire over the jailing of Tymoshenko for abuse of office in what Western governments say is a politically-motivated prosecution. REUTERS/Dmitry Neymyrok (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW HEADSHOT HEALTH)
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    Posted: 5/21/2012 2:35:46 PM EST
    FILE - In this Friday, March 9, 2012 file photo, people gather in a traditional tent in front of a giant banner showing Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, during his campaign in Cairo. The first round vote Wednesday, May 23, 2012 and Thursday is unlikely to produce a winner with over 50 percent of the vote, so a runoff between the two top vote-getters will be held June 16-17. A president will be announced June 21. Out of 13 candidates, one of the four front-runners is Abolfotoh, a moderate Islamist who broke with the Brotherhood and has emerged as a crossover candidate, with appeal among liberals and ultraconservative Islamists known as Salafis. (AP Photo/Amr Nabil, File)
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    Posted: 5/19/2012 2:25:46 PM EST
    Campaign workers for presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, hold posters and banners with Arabic that reads, "Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, for Egyptian presidency, 2012," on the Kasr el Nile bridge in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, May 18, 2012. Egyptians are for the first time freely electing their president starting May 23-24. Abolfotoh, is a moderate Islamist who broke with the Brotherhood and has emerged as a crossover candidate, with appeal among liberals and ultraconservative Islamists known as Salafis. (AP Photo/Fredrik Persson)
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    Posted: 5/19/2012 2:25:46 PM EST
    An Egyptian man plays on a drum which has posters of presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, with Arabic writing reading " Abu El Fotoh is 2012 Egypt's president ", during a campaign rally in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, May 18, 2012. Egyptians are for the first time freely electing their president starting May 23-14. Abolfotoh, is a moderate Islamist who broke with the Brotherhood and has emerged as a crossover candidate, with appeal among liberals and ultraconservative Islamists known as Salafis. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
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    Posted: 5/19/2012 2:25:46 PM EST
    An Egyptian girl waves an orange flag with a picture of presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh during a campaign rally in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, May 18, 2012. Egyptians are for the first time freely electing their president starting May 23-14. Abolfotoh, is a moderate Islamist who broke with the Brotherhood and has emerged as a crossover candidate, with appeal among liberals and ultraconservative Islamists known as Salafis. (AP Photo/Khalil Hamra)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:53:25 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (front) reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:50:40 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (front) reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:45:55 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:45:03 PM EST
    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade May 7, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic arrives to media conference in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic arrives to media conference in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:42:19 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (C) arrives for a media conference in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:42:04 PM EST
    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade May 7, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:39:24 PM EST
    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade May 7, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:39:00 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic talks to media in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:37:42 PM EST
    Former Serbian President and Democratic Party leader Boris Tadic addresses the media after preliminary results in Serbia's general elections in Belgrade May 7, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:36:11 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (C) reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
  •  - Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Nikolic reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade

    Posted: 5/6/2012 6:32:04 PM EST
    Serbian Progressive Party candidate for the 2012 presidential election Tomislav Nikolic (L) reacts in his party's headquarters in Belgrade May 6, 2012. Serbia's incumbent liberals and right-wing opposition were tied for control of the Balkan country on Sunday after knife-edge elections in which the party of late Serb strongman Slobodan Milosevic emerged as kingmaker. The opposition Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) claimed victory and said it would open coalition talks without delay. But the results suggested the liberal Democratic Party, in power since Milosevic's ouster in 2000, was better placed to find allies for a new government. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)