Monday, October 06, 2008

Buried in the bottom of the story


This summer, watchdog groups asked both campaigns to share more information about its small donors. The McCain campaign agreed; the Obama campaign did not. "They could've done themselves a service" by heeding the suggestions, said Massie Ritsch of the Center for Responsive Politics.

And why would it be important for the Obama campaign to be more transparent about it's small donors? Because it's raised $200 MILLION from small donors.

Donors like Good Will ($11,000)and Prodad ($17,130) who gave in amounts of $10 and $25 increments.

You know, I thought Obama was about change. He was going to bring transparency to government. He hasn't even brought it to his campaign. Any of you who believe things will be different if (God forbid) he is president are chumps.