Liberal Super PACs spent roughly $200 million during the 2012 election cycle on behalf of Democratic President Barack Obama’s reelection effort.
As Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama debated Wednesday evening it was possible to detect, if one was alert, the ground of American politics shift beneath one’s feet. Sometime during the first 45 minutes or so, when it became clear that Romney, not moderator Jim Lehrer, was in command, the tectonic plates of Obama’s ego and of reality crashed together.
Members of the entertainment industry and media executives in control of purportedly unbiased outlets such as Time Magazine and NBC News have given to Democrats by a six-to-one margin, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
General Motors has moved in a decidedly more liberal direction since raking in a $50 billion government bailout from the Obama administration.
Self-described “comedian” and millionaire Obama supporter Bill Maher says watching a full day of MSNBC is enough to turn him Republican.
An ad released Monday by the Obama-affiliated super PAC Priorities USA suggested that Republican challenger Mitt Romney may have played a part in the death of a cancer-stricken women—a smear that has opened the super PAC to condemnation from all sides.
One of the largest donors to Obama Super PAC Priorities USA called Mormonism a “cult” in a Tweet posted from his personal account Monday.