Bain Capital Attacks Don’t Seem to Be Hurting Romney Nationally

By: Tuesday July 24, 2012 7:30 am

Despite the Obama campaign’s recent hammering of Mitt Romney for his role at Bain Capital, the vast majority of Americans still see his business experience there as a net positive for Romney, according to a new national USA Today/Gallup poll.

What a Fortunate Fund Raising Coincidence for Obama

By: Thursday February 9, 2012 5:03 pm

For months the Obama administration has been pushing for a foreclosure fraud settlement that would be very favorable for the big banks. Obama finally got the deal he has long wanted today, Thursday February 9th. It was reported that a deal had been reached last night, February 8th.

This means on Tuesday February 7th, it was must have been know to people in the Obama administration that a foreclosure fraud deal had already been reached or would reached in the next few days.

Obama Follows GOP into the Super PAC Swamp

By: Tuesday February 7, 2012 10:00 am

Despite having criticized the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling and the rise of Super PACs, President Obama’s re-election campaign has decided to fully endorse the use of their own allied Super PAC. Passing legislation about campaign finance reform was simply not a priority for the Obama administration.

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