April 14, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Washington Post "Mystery donor gives $10 million to Crossroads GPS group to run anti-Obama ads"

When one is faced with another who steadfast refuses to look at their view or facts, and the stakes are literally a matter of the well being of the majority, it is that individual responsibility to communicate in an effective manner that the opposing side will hear.

All the diplomacy, cajoling, patient pointing out of the facts of your need is not going to ever be heard when another is 'deaf'.

How much more stump-bashing, negative advertising, relentless and unbendable rhetoric has to go on in American media and politics before the one voice, the one vote of the common man is listened to?

A very special thank you goes out today to the anonymous donors bringing millions of dollars into the "negative" advertising arena in the most important political race of our time.

On behalf of voices struggling every single day out here to get heard amidst a tsunami of  repression, your leadership (and your money) is greatly appreciated.

Say NO to Barack Obama in November 2012.

T.W. Farnam:
"An anonymous donor gave $10 million late last year to run ads attacking President Obama and Democratic policies, escalating the money race that is defining the 2012 presidential campaign. And in the new, free-wheeling environment of independent political giving, the identity of this donor, like many others, is likely to remain a permanent mystery.

The donation went to Crossroads GPS, the conservative nonprofit group founded with the support of political strategist Karl Rove. Another donor gave $10 million in the 2010 midterm elections, according to draft tax returns that provide the first detailed look at its finances...." (Read more?  Click title)

"Unapologetically pursuing and tracking patterns within the news others make since 2010."

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