Three unions that spent more than $18 million to help Democrats during the 2012 campaign expressed concerns that Obamacare’s implementation will threaten worker benefits, with one group even calling for its repeal, according to the Hill. Labor leaders, including those who backed healthcare reform, accused President Barack Obama of deceiving them while he campaigned for the unpopular law in 2009.
Gaming company Zynga has decided to discontinue 11 of its games. CEO Mark Pincus, a major Obama contributor who gave $1 million to Super PAC Priorities USA, can add this recent development to the resume that got him named the fourth worst CEO of 2012.
Corky Romano star Zach Galifianakis made a last minute contribution to the Democrat opposition research Super PAC days before the election. The actor donated $500 to American Bridge 21st Century Super PAC on October 24, according to FEC filings.
The Obama campaign funded its message of hope for the middle class by selling designer scarves, purses, and T-shirts, the New York Post has reported.
Liberal Super PACs spent roughly $200 million during the 2012 election cycle on behalf of Democratic President Barack Obama’s reelection effort.
Members of the secretive, liberal network of dark money donors known as the Democracy Alliance gave Obama’s Super PAC, Priorities USA, a major cash injection in the first half of October. According to the group’s pre-general FEC report, George Soros contributed $1 million, Chris Findlater gave $30,000, and Vin Ryan donated $100,000.
A top bundler for President Barack Obama has intimate connections to the controversial liberal advocacy group J Street as well as the secretive liberal donor network known as the Democracy Alliance.
Throughout the 2012 cycle, the media has made a concerted effort to frame the difference between liberal donors and conservative ones. Once again, the media elites have inaccurately portrayed Democrat donors. This time, The Associated Press dramatically under-reported the amount of money that Obama’s “Top 5 fundraisers” have contributed.
The mysterious healthcare giant who provided Barack Obama’s Super PAC with a $1 million boost threatened a top liberal publication writing a profile about him.
A 2008 Obama donor who was considered for the position of secretary of Commerce has supported a joint project between his company and the embattled Chinese telecommunications company Huawei.