Monday, October 18, 2010

What Was That About 'Foreign Money'? Dems Take Twice What GOP Does

Projection is such a be-yatch....

The latest Alinksy-style target for Obama and his friends is the US Chamber of Commerce and allegations of 'millions coming to the Republicans from foreign companies.'

Like pretty much everything else Obama has tried to demonize, this accusation is rank and utter bolshoi.

House and Senate Democrats have received approximately $1.02 million this cycle from political action committees (PACs) affiliated with foreign companies, according to an analysis compiled for The Hill by the Center for Responsive Politics. The House and Senate GOP candidates' take was $510,000 from these PACs during the same time period.

None of this is illegal under US law, by the way, and the donations are openly disclosed.

Now, what is illegal are the millions in unsourced illegal foreign donations the Obama campaign received and the facts behind someone deliberately sabotaging the built-in safeguards that match credit card numbers to names and addresses (known as the Address Verification System or AVS) that are part of the default vendor set up that allow credit cards to be accepted as payment.

Not only did the Obama campaign disable those safeguards, the default setting for AVS so donations could be made via fraudulent names and addresses, but to purge most of the records to camouflage this.

Obama and his cronies have opened up a serious can of worms in their latest attempt to find a target to demonize. It could come back to bite them once the new Congress seats.

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