Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Obama's Campaign Finances

Ken Timmerman reports on possible law breaking by the Obama campaign (via Powerline):

Biersack would not comment on whether the FEC was investigating the huge amount of cash that has come into Obama’s coffers with no public reporting.

But Massie Ritsch, a spokesman for CRP, a campaign-finance watchdog group, dismissed the scale of the unreported money.

“We feel comfortable that it isn’t the $20 donations that are corrupting a campaign,” he told Newsmax.

It doesn't matter whether the campaign is corrupted or not. It is potential a violation of the law. I am sure the McCain campaign would have no problem raising as much money as the Obama campaign if it brazenly broke the law in the same manner that the Obama campaign appears to be doing.