Monday, August 6, 2012

Time Magazine: All Our Circulation Are Belong To Jug Ears

Photoshop of TIME's Photoshop

The August 2012 cover of Time shows the White House with a "For Sale: Asking $2.5 billion" sign on the lawn. The cover accompanies the story "How To Buy The White House," which examines what managing editor Rick Stengel says will be the most expensive U.S. election ever.

Team Jug Ears shattered all fundraising records on his way to victory in 2008, raking in a staggering $668 million.

Michael Scherer writes, “Four years ago, the presidential campaign was a celebration of the little guy. Two thirds of the money raised by Barack Obama came online, and 34% of his money came from donors who gave less than $200.”

Time seems to be whining that the current regime is lagging behind Team Romney in fundraising.

Kerry Pickett notes, “The Obama campaign is finding that donations, bundled neatly by high dollar fundraisers in 2008, are not coming in so easily. As a result, President Obama’s campaign  turned to Super PACs that Obama once vilified and the Obama campaign’s super PAC, Priorities USA, according to USA Today, can team up with another super PAC known as American Bridge 21st Century, a super PAC started by Media Matters founder and president David Brock.”

Not surprisingly, Time’s Stengel focuses on Romney’s fundraising without balancing the article about Obama’s current and past efforts.  Some of that all-important 2008 moola came from questionable—some say even make-believe—sources.

How donations from "Mr. Good Will" raised suspicions in Washington.



Lest, you think that the bottom of the barrel has been fully scraped, the rag they call Time, photoshopped a White House with a For Sale sign on the front lawn.

Only what is priceless, what cannot be bought or sold, is of genuine value.  What I’m talking about is America.

In January of 2011, the Obama campaign bragged about how badly they had defeated John McCain in fundraising and campaign spending and Democratic officials said the re-election campaign would begin raising $1billion.

The Left thinks their way has worked over the last four years.  We on The Right vehemently disagree.  So if Romney is leading Obama in fundraising, it must mean that we believe you must fight fire with fire to relieve this nation of the man of uncommon incompetence we have been saddled with these past four years.

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