//
you're reading...

Democrats

War Chests.

In other campaign news, Bush outtpaced Dean — the leading Democratic fund-raiser — by a factor of three in the past three months, and has now raised $82.5 million for his 2004 campaign. No money for jobs, no money for rebuilding Iraq…but plenty to go around for Dubya’s re-election. Go figure.

Discussion

2 Responses to “War Chests.”

  1. Wrong (and spun) comparison. A better and more fair comparison, as I posted recently, is to compare fundraising haul for the entire Democratic field to the entire Republican field.

    http://www.valuejudgment.org/archives/000184.html

    Posted by J from VJ | October 1, 2003, 8:06 am
  2. Yeah, that makes sense. Still, in the general election, it’s going to be Dubya’s war chest against only one of the ten Dems, at which point this type of fundraising math becomes scarily pertinent.

    Posted by Kevin | October 2, 2003, 1:04 am

Post a Comment

Omsbudsdog Emeritus

Photos on flickr

Recent Tweets

Pinterested

Follow Me on Pinterest 
My Pinterest Badge by: Jafaloo. For Support visit: My Pinterest Badge

Visions



Boyhood (10/10)

Visions Past

Snowpiercer (7/10)
X-Men: Days of Future Past (7.5/10)
The Double (7.5/10)
Blue Ruin (8/10)
Le Weekend (7.5/10)
God's Pocket (6.5/10)
Devil's Knot (5/10)
Under the Skin (7.5/10)
Transcendence (3/10)
Nymphomaniac, Vol. 1 (3/10)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (8.5/10)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (6/10)
300: Rise of an Empire (4/10)
Robocop (5.5/10)
The Lego Movie (8.5/10)
The Monuments Men (4/10)
GitM BEST OF 2013
GitM Review Archive

Currently Reading


The Weirdness, Jeremy Bushnell

Recently Read

How to Live Safely in A Science Fictional Universe, Charles Yu
The Boys in the Boat, Daniel James Brown
Command and Control, Eric Schlosser
The Goldfinch, Donna Tartt

Uphill All the Way

Syndicate this site:
RSS 1.0 | Atom (2.0)

Unless otherwise specified, the opinions expressed here are those of the author (me), and me alone.

All header images intended as homage. Please contact me if you want one taken down.

GitM is and has always been ad-free. Tips are appreciated if the feeling strikes.

Archives