New Obama PAC Gives Donors Special Access. Surprised?

By | February 25, 2013

chuck toddWhen MSNBC calls you out you know it’s bad.

Reporting on a New York Times article Chuck Todd of The Daily Rundown, stated that donors who raise and or contribute more than $500,000 to a new group called ‘Organizing for Action’ will gain special access to the president. Organizing for Action wants to raise $50 Million and convert Obama’s election campaign to an advocacy network. These wealthy contributors will be able to meet quarterly with the president and his administration to promote their causes.

Is there anyone who is surprised that this president is utterly and completely beholden to wealthy special interest individuals and groups?

As Chuck Todd says, “This just looks bad.”

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One thought on “New Obama PAC Gives Donors Special Access. Surprised?

  1. Jan Brown

    Well, goodness gracious, cant’ tell you how it feels to have the world’s most expensive prostitute for President…I suppose he’s just saving up to buy jims..oops, gems for his crown…I know that isn’t a nice comment, but when it coome to ‘him’, I’m just ‘plumb out’of nice & political correctness

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