So Obama wants to spend 1 Billion on his 2012 campaign?

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    What's your point here?

    Seems contradictory.

    That he should "donate" his campaign funds for job creation and not run? :lol:

    That's rich.
     
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    The only 'jobs' that government 'creates' are public sector jobs and we can't afford any more of those.
     
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    My point is that this guy has no clue about the value of other peoples' money. A Billion on a political campaign.....

    Wow.
     
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    No surprise here ... he spent like $700 million in 2008.
     
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    I also think it's laughable that he thinks he can raise that kind of money now that people have seen what he is.

    He an McCain COMBINED did not spend a Billion on the last election. Obama raised 521 Million for that one, and people liked him then, plus they were pissed off with the previous administration. They are going to be pissed off with the previous administration this time too.

    Its just another sign of how out of touch this guy is, to me at least.

    I sincerely believe that it doesn't matter who runs against Obama, they will win. Just as the midterms, I think the 2012 election will be more one of people voting AGAINST something rather than voting FOR something.
     
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    The shit stain is always asking for big business to get back in the game with his failed policies ... do as I say not as I do.
    Ill take your billions for my benefit and fuck the people again!!!
     
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    Sounds like you would be for some serious campaign reform.
     
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    I am, for sure.

    We need to get back to the days of stumping from trains.
     
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    He's just spreading the wealth.

    No seriously........

    Obama is tipping off what he thinks his chances are, and tipping off what he thinks it will take to re-elect a schmuck like the great spender.

    They are gonna have to spend, spend, spend to re-elect a butt-reaming asswhipe like Obama, and they know it.
     
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