Major liberal donors to pour $100 million+ into the election for Democrats

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Millionaires and billionaires like the Koch brothers and Karl Rove have already pledged $500 million to defeating Democrats this election cycle – but now rich people on the Left are getting into the money game too. The New York Times is reporting that major liberal donors are getting ready to pour at least $100 million into the election to help Democrats.

But instead of focusing on corporate SuperPACs and negative ads like the Kochs and Karl Rove are doing – liberal donors are instead putting their money into grassroots organizing and an election ground game. Knowing Democrats can’t compete with Republicans when it comes to a negative ads arms race, organizations that register voters and turn voters out to the polls will receive most of the donations from the liberal donors.

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Thom Hartmann A...
Dec. 29, 2009 9:59 am


Oh boy left-wing and right-wing Globalists are having spending contests as to which one will win the Bilderberg's favor come the 2012 election cycle.

Vote anti-Globalist and let them spend their money in vain. Vote Ron Paul in 2012.

All Globalists can go to hell !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Apr. 18, 2012 2:41 pm

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