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Campaign Finance Deform

The lamestream media told you:

Barack H. Obama raised $40 million in March, as he "continued to display unrivaled prowess for fundraising," according to unbylined wire-service reports. This is double the amount raised by Hillary Clinton, and lower than the $55 million raised by Obama in February. McCain raised $11 million in February, and "more" in March, with actual figures not yet available.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

No corrections have been issued concerning the Campaign Finance Reform Act, widely promoted in the "news" media for its ability to remove money from politics. Instead, "reporters" are covering money-raising like it's some kind of horse race, leaving no room for questioning candidates on their positions. The source of the multi-millions was not disclosed.

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