The Chicago Tribune continues to investigate Barrack Obama's background, as the candidate who burst on the presidential nominating process with a sudden success rarely seen, proves to be the product of a well-laid plan. Today's article looks at the careful and methodical way in which he has built up a national donor base.
There is nothing unusual in a politician seeking donors wherever he can, of course. But the notion that Obama is somehow a different type of candidate becomes more and more laughable.
Hat tip: Ed Lasky