Obama forgoes $84 Million in Public Campaign Finance

Go Obama Go Obama Go Obama…. Go!!  Let’s see if John McCain picks up the baton?

Obama, who set records raising money in the primary election, will forgo more than $84 million that would have been available to him in the general election. He would be the first candidate to do so since Congress passed 1970s post-Watergate campaign finance laws. Sen. John McCain, the Republican nominee in waiting, has taken steps to accept the public funds in the general election.

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3 responses to “Obama forgoes $84 Million in Public Campaign Finance

  1. Pingback: Financial Md » Obama forgoes $84 Million in Public Campaign Finance

  2. And here is the change. Opps wait no change just the same ol same ol from the progressives in this country, lies.

    Last year obama said “If I am the Democratic nominee, I will aggressively pursue an agreement with the Republican nominee to preserve a publicly financed general election.”

    Now Mr. McCain has done the right thing but obama is doing what we can expect if elected, screwing America with lies.

  3. pippylongstockings

    Obama officials said they decided to take that route because McCain is already spending privately raised funds toward the general election campaign.

    And no one could possibly be as big of liar as American History which is White History has been.

    So oops!

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