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.So, who's shocked that the Obama campaign didn't want to share information about all those donors? Who knows what all someone will find if they dig enough?
Sunday, October 5, 2008
The McCain campaign is filing a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission. Why? Because several of the donations the Obama campaign has received are ... how shall we say this ... questionable. Fake names. Fake addresses. But real money. Lots and lots of money. And documented cases from overseas, including Palestinians in Gaza. But it could have been nipped in the bud, according to a Newsweek report: