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Where is Obama getting all his money. Last I heard he raised over 30M in the last month.

He is raising record amounts of money similar to what GW did last time around. Did he get a big check from Oprah or what?
 

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He gets a lot of Internet donations and he has some other high-profile backing besides Oprah.
 

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I suspect that Cair is a big donator, along with the International Society of Islam.

darn I forgot the NAACP and Louie Farrakhan's gang.
 

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You forgot the American Communist Party, La Cosa Nostra and Al Queda too Sko! wink: :D
 

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He raised another 3.7 million today............... :)
Hillary lent her campaign 5 million................ :lol:

Those are Ron Paul like numbers. :D

At this rate, he'll outraise Romney and McCain combined this month, if Romney (who incidently is not near as Conservative as McCain is, fwiw, right wing echo chamber notwithstanding) even bothers to stay in the race. I am guessing he is going to pack it in within 10 days to two weeks, unless he manages to pull off a stunner somewhere, or McCain has his first major blowup of the campaign.
He can try again in 2016, when he'll be about McCains age. wink:
Funny, all that the righties have left, as I pointed out before Christmas, is McCain. The collapse of the Republican Party is evident from the 20 some resignations in the House, and the extremely poor NRCC and NRSC fundraising numbers. Perhaps they should stay home and fondle themselves this election cycle, after all, they are going to recieve another 'thumpin' in the House and Senate.
The numbers have gone so far against them at this point that...........well you're all smart folks here, so go look it up.
And so McCain, prone as he is to outbursts, loss of temper, and general dislike of him by the party ''movement conservatives', will blow up in the general election campaign eventually.
McCains 'base' is the press.............. wink:

President Obama isn't an unlikely a scenario as you might think..................... wink:

There's a long ways to go, but February caucuses and primaries favor Obama, much as February 5th favored McCain.
 

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Yeah Man, But the dems have the super delegates...Its rigged and fixed..The dems are just not gonna have a black man as there nominee
 

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Yeah Man, But the dems have the super delegates...Its rigged and fixed..The dems are just not gonna have a black man as there nominee
That might be so, but with his money and his popularity, even if they ran him out he could run as an independent and give everyone a run for the money. Scary thought but it could happen. You never know, we might have someone jump ship this year and run as an independent.
 

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reelinanrockin said:
Yeah Man, But the dems have the super delegates...Its rigged and fixed..The dems are just not gonna have a black man as there nominee
From First Read:
"For Clinton to overtake Obama for the pledged delegate lead -- which we think is the single most important statistic for the superdelegates to decide their vote -- she'll have to win 55% of the remaining delegates. Assuming next week goes Obama's way in Wisconsin and Hawaii, that percentage rises to 57%. Toss in likely Obama victories in Vermont, Wyoming, Mississippi, Oregon, Montana, and South Dakota, then Clinton's percentage need tops 60% of the remaining delegates available."
 
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reelinanrockin said:
Yeah Man, But the dems have the super delegates...Its rigged and fixed..The dems are just not gonna have a black man as there nominee
From First Read:
"For Clinton to overtake Obama for the pledged delegate lead -- which we think is the single most important statistic for the superdelegates to decide their vote -- she'll have to win 55% of the remaining delegates. Assuming next week goes Obama's way in Wisconsin and Hawaii, that percentage rises to 57%. Toss in likely Obama victories in Vermont, Wyoming, Mississippi, Oregon, Montana, and South Dakota, then Clinton's percentage need tops 60% of the remaining delegates available."
Couldn't agree more Tup:
 
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Obama has indeed raised records amount of money but why would anyone think it odd especially from the political party of the rich...
Because the repubs are thinking: "Hey....wait a second, how can the democrats DONATE money"....I thought we screwed them to the point where they didn't have any money??? "We better start eavsdropping and video taping them people"....they just might be terrorist too!!!! :lol:
 

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No---we were thinking how the hell did all those unemployed pot smok'n hippy rejects from the sixties peel their welfare receive'n overweight alcoholic tree hugg'n sorry asses off their dilapidated couches long enough to write a check that'll probably bounce because they failed at math, unaware their welfare check hadn't been dropped off while they were out at the food bank pick'n up cheese while cheering gay and lesbians smooching in line with them while they were all yelling OBAMA OBAMA OBAMA... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
 
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fishinfoolz said:
No---we were thinking how the hell did all those unemployed pot smok'n hippy rejects from the sixties peel their welfare receive'n overweight alcoholic tree hugg'n sorry asses off their dilapidated couches long enough to write a check that'll probably bounce because they failed at math, unaware their welfare check hadn't been dropped off while they were out at the food bank pick'n up cheese while cheering gay and lesbians smooching in line with them while they were all yelling OBAMA OBAMA OBAMA... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
You sir are wrong. All those people mentioned above had kept all of their beer bottles from the 60's and finally cashed them in for that 5 cent deposit on each of them. Tup:
 
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