Paul Raises $1 Million in 'Money Bomb' Against Romney

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Posted: Jun 06, 2011 4:40 PM
Paul Raises $1 Million in 'Money Bomb' Against Romney
It looks like the Republican presidential candidates are now ready to start attacking each other instead of just President Barack Obama. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, garnered more than $1 million for his campaign Sunday with an Internet “money bomb,” The Hill reports.

And in the fundraising request, Paul took a stab at fellow candidate Mitt Romney, the current front-runner. Paul criticized Romney for the healthcare law he signed when he was governor of Massachusetts and for his No. 1 position in fundraising among GOP candidates.

Paul titled his cash appeal "The Revolution vs. RomneyCare: Round One."

In it, he wrote: "Other campaigns are already hitting high gear — or should we say they are hitting up the fat cats. In fact, establishment candidate Mitt Romney raised $10 million in one day a couple of weeks ago from well-heeled party bigwigs and Wall Street insiders."

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