Republican "SuperPAC" American Crossroads Raised $24 Million in Seven Months, Report Shows - Political Hotsheet - CBS News The giant haul was made possible to Supreme Court changes in campaign finance rules which allow some groups to raise unlimited contributions. American Crossroads is led by Steven Law. Also on his resume: he was "chief legal officer and general counsel" for the Chamber of Commerce. And the Republicans have made, I believe, a concerted effort to divert as much campaign funding as they can into non-reporting entities aided by the Supreme Court decision, the Citizens United, so the American public will not know who is funding the campaign, he added. Tim Kaine Worried Karl Rove May Be Right - George Stephanopoulos' Bottom Line --------------------------------- Republicans like to say, "What about Obama?" Only Obama received contributions from millions of Americans. What do you want to bet that Karl Rove and the Chamber of Commerce is receiving it's money from a few hundred people or less? We know at least two donations. 5 million and 7 million from just two people. You know that Hugo Chavez would certainly give money to the Republicans and not the Democrats. Citgo is an oil company. Republicans apologize to them and give them subsidies.