American Crossroads Summary Speechnow.org v. FEC How Karl Rove's Billionaire-Backed Super PAC Will Be Election Game Changer - Forbes American Crossroads has collected more money in a short time than John McCain's entire campaign spent. We know Scott Walker spent 7 to 1 over his Democratic challenger. Some right wingers dispute that, but over the next few weeks, as deadlines for reporting disclosure come due, we will find out the "truth". According to those living in Wisconsin, some have said nearly every other commercial was an ad for Scott Walker. Those numbers will also become available. In Virginia, Crossroads GPS, which was formed with the help of Karl Rove, former political adviser to President George W. Bush, and the chamber have aired 1,980 ads, compared with the 380 spots run by the Democrat-backed Majority PAC on Kaines behalf. Senate Democrats Outspent 3 to 1 on Ads by Super-Pacs - Bloomberg The story is the same everywhere. And look at the Republican base. Sure, their leadership are all enormously wealthy, but look at the base. Look at conservatives in Mississippi, the most conservative state is also the poorest. The more conservative a state is, the more poor the majority of it's people. Some say, "look at Texas". Yea, look at Texas: http://www.cppp.org/sotc/pdf/TKC2012_Final_1-page_view.pdf So the question here is, "Does the Republican base really think RW Billionaires are "on their side"?" You know these guys are buying up Republican politicians for a reason. Don't any right wingers wonder why? What is their agenda? Don't you care?