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Colbert said he is not running for president “yet.” When asked by ABC News how soon he may begin running advertisements, Colbert said it depended on how much money he is able to fundraise.
Originally posted by Ferris.Bueller.II
Now that the FEC has allowed Colbert and Viacom to become a SuperPAC (Stephen Colbert's super PAC gets approval ), how much do you think they will be able to raise for Obama, and do you think it'll make any difference?
I'm estimating they'll raise about $200 million, and it won't make one bit of difference to influence Obama's one-term Presidency.
I'm thinking this'll be another funnel for Soros to put money into Obama's "pockets".
Originally posted by beezzer
Correct me if I'm wrong, as I'm sure you fine folks will do ( ) but if Colbert raised money as a part of his show and that money went to Obama, wouldn't he be in violation of election laws? Something like equal airtime for candidates and fund raising?
Just a thought.
Please poke holes.