More lib/prog fuzzy math?
If only it were true.
The Washington Post's Ed Rogers crunched some numbers the other day. Here’s what he came up with:
To date, the Democratic National Committee, the Obama campaign and Obama super PACs have raised $471,400,000. This does not include at least $400 million that the labor unions have pledged to spend on Obama’s behalf. The Romney campaign, Republican National Committee and Romney super PACs have raised $264,223,126—and much of that was spent during the Republican primary contest.
If Rogers’s math is correct—and I haven’t seen anyone challenging him yet—then what we’re likely to see down the road is basically what we’re already seeing now in Ohio and other battleground states: a well-financed Romney operation that’s still outspent by pro-Obama forces.
The Weekly Standard
By Jonathan V. Last
News & Politics