Top 12 super PAC donors
The White House is reportedly alarmed that wealthy individuals have pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to defeat President Barack Obama in November. But Democrats have their donors, too.
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More tripe, Mark. I'd like to see a link to prove your claim, or are you just like the FAUX News history revisionists. You made a statement, now put up.
These right wingers are just like the righties who used to skulk around Kausfiles Specials. Ask them for evidence and they disappeared for awhile.
Like Arkady said once, the right wingers, because they vote Republican, think they're disenfranchised billionaires. To me they're just low information voters, Low information because they suck up the FAUX News crap, and then chase it with the Lushsters bull.
I see the loonietoon righties still can not comprehend
Top 12 super PAC donors
Is that so hard to comprehend that the top 12 means the top 12 that spend the most money on political campaigns???
It's a damn good thing they aren't accountants, since they can't comprehend that.
Wiseguy: The people you asked about are not on this list because they are not among the 12 largest PAC donors. You know, the subject of the article...
If you have evidence that this list is incorrect, please offer it up. Otherwise you just sound like another right wing nutjob with your claims of media "bias".
What about George Soros, Bill Maher (who just donated $1m to Obama superPac) and bunch of other wealth liberals.
Even Buffett has donate his time to help Obama in fund raising events - that probably should counted as worth hundreds of thousands if not millions dollars of contribution.
The biases displayed here are just breath-taking.
Obama has attend 103 fund raising events since last April, roughly 1 in every 3 days - - source wall street journal, march 14.
Wow, which employer in United States, or even in the world, allows its employees to go out to perform non-job related events?
And he is complaining about big money going to politics? Isn't he the one who promised to use public funding in 2008, and later decided not to accept public funding?
Is there a word for it? Hypocrites?
Obama is worst president in U.S. history. He hasn't accomplished anything in his three years of office. He is always making excuses and blaming others for his failures. He doesn't respect the U.S. military or Americam people. He only cares about himself and his left wing liberal agenda.
This country has become weaker under his watch because his not a good or strong leader.
OMG stands for Obamba must go.
I can’t wait to read about the Democratic super PAC donors. This piece seemed to be a little bit slanted toward the Republican side but it is probably just me. What about the SEIU?
To paraphrase Orwell: all men are equal, but these men are more equal than you.
I can’t wait to read about the Democratic super PAC donors. This piece seemed to be a little bit slanted toward the Republican side but it is probably just me.
You missed the BIGGEST PAC of all ... this PAC has over 10 million employees and our Government passed a law that says this PAC can take their employees money without asking and give it to any political cause or candidate the PAC wants. Can you imagine this PAC gets to steal their employees' $ and give it away, it's not even their own $ .... It's estimated to have given President Obama $125,000,000 the last election and this time around they plan to give Obama $200,000,000 of their employees $
Oh by the way this PAC has also under fund the employees pension by several Trillion. That's right not only do they steal the employees $ but the pensions they promised the employees will not be there when the employees retire. This is the kind of PAC Obama takes $ from.
Gubba'mint Unions. Obama is stealing them blind. My question is ... why would NBC MSNBC not mention this PAC .... because they're in the bag for Obama ... they're Obama sock puppets. We love Obama he's so dreamy
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