The Republican National Committee's complaint about "foreign" contributions to Barack Obama's presidential campaign is... designed to raise questions about Obama's foreign-ness....
It is a documented fact that the Obama campaign has received illegal foreign contributions. So the word foreign does not belong in quotations.
It is true that the Obama campaign returned the documented illegal foreign contributions, but they only did so after others pointed the illegal activity out. It leaves the suspicion that additional unreported Obama campaign's contributions might be illegal. The only way to really know if the contributions are legal is for the Obama campaign to release the names of all his donors. Yet, if the RNC points this out, people accuse them of using divisive politics.
What about Doodad Pro, and Good Will? Can the RNC ask about their illegal campaign contributions without being accused of divisive politics?
via Ace of Spades