More than 350 big money bundlers have contributed at least $55 million so far this year to President Obama’s re-election efforts, according to an iWatch News analysis of the campaign’s Friday disclosure.  And more than 40 bundlers each roped in at least $500,000.
Among the 358 big bundlers are two men prominently tied to the ongoing Solyndra  controversy.
Included in those totals are 114 new bundlers who had not been reported as bundlers in the first half of the year, almost a 50 percent increase from just three months ago. Another 80 bundlers disclosed last summer have notably increased their efforts for Obama.
The Solyndra-related bundlers are Steve Westly and Steven Spinner, whose names have figured prominently in communications related to the solar startup, which went bankrupt even after receiving more than half a billion dollars in federal loan guarantees from the Energy Department.
Overall, the campaign and the Democratic National Committee raised more than $70 million this quarter. While less than the $86 million reported by Obama in the second quarter, the total nonetheless dwarfs even the closest Republican challenger. Texan Gov. Rick Perry announced his campaign had raised $17 million during this period, while former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney  had over $14 million for the quarter.Barack rakes in the big bucks because they know his does their bidding. When you've got a whore who does all the things you like, I guess you're more than willing to pay a higher price.
It will go down as one of our community's greatest shames that we refused to loudly call out the way Barack stood aside and did nothing while Black unemployment sky rocketed. Far too many in the Black community, have taken the attitude of "We have a Black person in the White House!" We have a mixed man in the White House.
And, no surprise, he can't be trusted to fight for the Black community. No surprise, he stabs us in the back over and over.
Yet somehow he thinks he can apply extra make up and pretend he's Black. Or has no one noticed that his skin is much darker this year than ever before?
He's as phoney as his Loreal foundation.
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