"Funny Money: How Barack Obama
Bought the White House for $668 Million"
Barack Obama and his team smashed all fundraising records on the way to victory, raking in a staggering $668 million. But some of that all-important cash came from questionable — even make-believe — sources.
An intensive Newsmax investigation by investigative reporter Kenneth Timmerman — cited in a complaint by the Republican National Committee — uncovered numerous instances of questionable and even illegal donations.
The Newsmax special report uncovered evidence that that Obama campaign raked in millions by allowing donors to exceed legal limits. Millions more flowed into his coffers from unidentifiable sources, including prohibited financial support from foreign nationals.
And, astoundingly, nearly half of his total campaign contributions, over $300 million, came from donors under $200 — donor names Obama still won't release for public scrutiny.
Newsmax magazine's special report "Funny Money: How Barack Obama Bought the White House for $668 Million" offers an in-depth look at the questions surrounding the fundraising efforts that have forever changed American politics.
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This exclusive Newsmax report explores:
- How the Obama campaign encouraged obvious attempts to skirt the law
- Why he really won: Obama's huge edge over John McCain in ad spending
- The CIA expert who uncovered widespread evidence foreigners were donating millions to Obama
- Where Obama's money came from — top contributors, professions and states
- The "red flag" that alerted watchdog groups
- How the Internet disrupted the way campaigns are funded
- A confidential informant's shocking charge about Obama's Web site
- Why Obama reneged on a financing vow
- Demands for an FEC audit of the Obama campaign
- How donations from "Mr. Good Will" raised suspicions in Washington
- Libyan leader Gaddafi's troubling boast about how he helped Obama
- The cost of Obama's win — $10 per vote
- The big fundraising question Republicans will face in four years
- An expert's claim: Obama "dynamited" our campaign finance framework
- How Obama's "under $200" ruse stymied the FEC
- Over-the-limit contributions — were they really returned?
- How public financing hamstrung the McCain campaign
- What it would cost to literally buy the White House
- Doodad Pro, Bart Simpson, King Kong, Daffy Duck — all Obama contributors
- The campaign contribution that actually carries a criminal penalty
- How credit cards were used to thwart campaign finance rules
- Karl Rove's surprising praise of the Obama effort
- The Republican National Committee's complaint against the Obama campaign
- Why gift cards can easily enable illegal donations
- The call to "repair" the public financing system — from the left
- And much more
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