If you want to know what $1 million dollars will buy you, trying knocking off a front-runner for president with negative advertising.
Much of it bankrolled by Mitt Romney’s allies the advertising has eroded Newt Gingrich’s standing in Iowa and thrown the Republican presidential race wide open again two weeks before the voting.
For my readers who haven’t understood the impact of the U.S. Supreme ruling that allows unlimited campaign donations without revealing where the money comes from this is a fly on a cows butt.
With the lead changing almost weekly from Romney, Cain, and Gingrich there is a possibility that libertarian-leaning Texas Rep. Ron Paul could pull off the win in the Iowa caucus state, the first in the country, Jan. 3.
What’s so funny about that is Paul has only 3% in the polls.
And a new development, someone is circulating stories former Florida governor and son of Bush Sr., Jeb Bush is interested in seeking the presidential nomination for the Republican party. Jeb of course is denying this.
That’s all we need is another Bush in the White House; 2 recessions, so we really need another one and more wars?