That's like being a little bit pregnant. If you say something that's not true, it's a lie. Even if you distort or embellish the truth, the end result is a lie. Current terminology. Pffffft. That's what I call tool talk. >:p
Obama weighing what to do with left over $29.9 Million By Chris Good Posted: 12/05/08 09:54 PM [ET] After shattering all previous fundraising records with a $745 million haul during the 2008 race, President-elect Obama's campaign is now weighing what to do with the $29.9 million still left in its coffers.
The campaign will have just over $29.3 million cash on hand after paying its $590,000 in remaining debts, according to a report it filed Thursday with the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
So what options are open to Obama for how he spends the money? Under FEC guidelines, there are many.
One is to save it for a 2012 reelection campaign, assuming Obama decides to run again, giving a $29.3 million head start to the most prolific fundraising candidate in history.
Obama also can give unlimited additional amounts to national, state, and local party committees. If Obama donates funds to other candidates, his donations will be restricted to $2,000 per campaign (or $4,000 for a primary plus a general election). If he donates to PACs, he will be limited to $5,000 per year for each PAC he supports.
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