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Obama Selling Access to White House for $500,000

This is easily the most vile, corrupt administration in the history of the presidency.

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Obama’s Backers Seek Big Donors to Press Agenda


President Obama’s political team is fanning out across the country in pursuit of an ambitious goal: raising $50 million to convert his re-election campaign into a powerhouse national advocacy network, a sum that would rank the new group as one of Washington’s biggest lobbying operations.

But the rebooted campaign, known as Organizing for Action, has plunged the president and his aides into a campaign finance limbo with few clear rules, ample potential for influence-peddling, and no real precedent in national politics.

In private meetings and phone calls, Mr. Obama’s aides have made clear that the new organization will rely heavily on a small number of deep-pocketed donors, not unlike the “super PACs” whose influence on political campaigns Mr. Obama once deplored.

At least half of the group’s budget will come from a select group of donors who will each contribute or raise $500,000 or more, according to donors and strategists involved in the effort.

Unlike a presidential campaign, Organizing for Action has been set up as a tax-exempt “social welfare group.” That means it is not bound by federal contribution limits, laws that bar White House officials from soliciting contributions, or the stringent reporting requirements for campaigns. In their place, the new group will self-regulate.

Officials said it would voluntarily disclose the names of large donors every few months and would not ask administration personnel to solicit money, though Obama aides will probably appear at some events.

The money will pay for salaries, rent and advertising, and will also be used to maintain the expensive voter database and technological infrastructure that knits together Mr. Obama’s 2 million volunteers, 17 million e-mail subscribers and 22 million Twitter followers.

The goal is to harness those resources in support of Mr. Obama’s second-term policy priorities, including efforts to curb gun violence and climate change and overhaul immigration procedures. Those efforts began Friday, when thousands of Obama supporters were deployed through more than 80 Congressional districts around the country to rally outside lawmakers’ offices, hold vigils and bombard Congress with e-mails and phone calls urging members to support stricter background checks for gun buyers.

“There are wins we can have on guns and immigration,” Jon Carson, the group’s new executive director, told prospective donors on a conference call on Wednesday, according to people who participated. “We have to change the conventional wisdom on those issues.”

But those contributions will also translate into access, according to donors courted by the president’s aides. Next month, Organizing for Action will hold a “founders summit” at a hotel near the White House, where donors paying $50,000 each will mingle with Mr. Obama’s former campaign manager, Jim Messina, and Mr. Carson, who previously led the White House Office of Public Engagement.

Giving or raising $500,000 or more puts donors on a national advisory board for Mr. Obama’s group and the privilege of attending quarterly meetings with the president, along with other meetings at the White House. Moreover, the new cash demands on Mr. Obama’s top donors and bundlers come as many of them are angling for appointments to administration jobs or ambassadorships.

“It just smells,” said Bob Edgar, the president of Common Cause, which advocates tighter regulation of campaign money. “The president is setting a very bad model setting up this organization.”

Mr. Obama’s new organization has drawn rebukes in recent days from watchdog groups, which view it as another step away from the tighter campaign regulation Mr. Obama once championed. Over the past two years, he has reversed course on several campaign finance issues, by blessing a super PAC created by former aides and accepting large corporate contributions for his second inauguration.

Many traditional advocacy organizations, including the Sierra Club and the National Rifle Association, are set up as social welfare groups, or 501(c)(4)’s in tax parlance. But unlike those groups, Organizing for Action appears to be an extension of the administration, stocked with alumni of Mr. Obama’s White House and campaign teams and devoted solely to the president’s second-term agenda.

Robert K. Kelner, a Republican election lawyer who works with other outside groups, said the arrangement “presents a rather simple loophole in the otherwise incredibly complex web of government ethics regulations that are intended to insulate government officials from outside influence.”

The closest precedents for Organizing for Action exist at the state level. In New Jersey, a 501(c)(4) called the Committee for Our Children’s Future, set up by friends of Gov. Chris Christie, has run hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of advertising praising Mr. Christie’s proposals.

In New York, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo encouraged the formation of a nonprofit group, the Committee to Save New York, that is run by business leaders allied with him, and it has raised millions of dollars from corporations, private sector unions, and individuals. The group supported Mr. Cuomo’s agenda — but it also thrust him into controversy when The New York Times revealed that gambling interests poured $2 million into the group as Mr. Cuomo was developing a proposal to expand casino gambling.

Organizing for Action said it would accept unlimited personal and corporate contributions, but no money from political action committees, lobbyists or foreign citizens. Officials said they would focus — for now — on grass-roots organizing, amplified by Internet advertising. Friday’s “day of action” involved half a million dollars’ worth of targeted Internet ads and events in Florida, Maine, Pennsylvania and California, among other states.

“O.F.A.’s first day of action was about bringing the issue of closing background-check loopholes into communities across the country that feel very strongly about supporting the president’s plan to reduce gun violence,” said Katie Hogan, a spokeswoman for the group.

Organizing for Action has also promised to steer clear of electoral politics, unlike the politically active nonprofit groups like the right-leaning Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies and Americans for Prosperity. Such groups spent hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising during the recent election campaign season, ostensibly for issue advocacy, spurring a wave of lawsuits, ethics complaints from campaign watchdogs and criticism from Mr. Obama himself.

But the distinction between campaigning and issue advocacy may be hard for Organizing for Action to maintain in the prelude to the 2014 elections, especially if it continues its emphasis on pressing lawmakers on delicate issues like immigration and guns.

In Wednesday’s conference call, Mr. Carson said the group hoped to form partnerships with other 501(c)(4) groups on the left, including America Votes, which was at the center of Democratic efforts to defeat President George W. Bush in 2004 and now serves as a coordinator for progressive advocacy organizations. He also said Organizing for Action wanted to be a counterweight to grass-roots organizations on the right, like the N.R.A., according to people who took part in the call.

There should be “as much of a price to pay if you tick off the gun violence people” as there is for angering the N.R.A., Mr. Carson said, according to those people. “Let’s build an organization that means that Republicans are embarrassed to have climate change deniers running for office.”


http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/23/us...nted=all&_r=3&

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Old 02-26-2013, 02:40 PM   #46
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Easily!

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So you are taking cheap shots at us old timers now on the subject of...uh...I was going to say something profound....oh yeah pizza sucks now! Before 2009 it was good~
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Old 02-26-2013, 02:45 PM   #47
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NY Times actually ran an article that was anti Obama? That is shocking.
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Old 02-26-2013, 02:52 PM   #48
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He is raising money to paint the place. White House is so racist. Rumor has it the First Lady was spotted at Home Depot comparing shades of mocha~
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:09 PM   #49
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"President Obama ran in 2008 while making big promises on transparency and ethics, including vows to ban lobbyists from working for him, to throw open negotiations on health care legislation, to speed freedom-of-information requests and to let voters have direct input before he signed bills into law.

He is making no such promises in this year’s campaign, though, nor is he taking a victory lap on those old vows.

That’s because while he made some progress — particularly in making White House visitor logs public — his record on the other promises falls short of what he pledged.

Freedom-of-information requests are taking even longer, dozens of lobbyists have earned waivers to work for him, the presidential public campaign finance system remains unusable and, more recently, House investigators have released documents showing the backroom deals he cut with health insurance industry players to win support for his 2010 overhaul.

“We were pretty excited when he first came in about his commitment to transparency — that seemed pretty good compared to the Bush years,” said Jennifer Lynch, an attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an open-government group. “Unfortunately, it hasn’t panned out that way. If anything, the Obama administration is less transparent than prior administrations.”

A transparency report to be released Monday by the libertarian-leaning Cato Institute gives the administration an abysmal grade for “virtually ignoring” Mr. Obama’s promise to post laws on the White House website for five days before the president signs them, in order to give voters a chance to email their comments.

Cato also tested all 20 Cabinet-level agencies and said 19 failed to obey the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)."

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First, this is lame stuff. Second, as to your allegation, I await your analysis of all other presidencies so we can make an accurate comparison.

They did ignore the 5-day waiting period, which was a stupid thing to promise in the first place. They probably determined that it would just be a sounding board to crackpots to rant, which is what that petition site they created became.
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Old 02-26-2013, 04:20 PM   #50
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I think this has something to do with changed nature of the American people too.
I agree. We've become very soft and entitled as a whole.
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So, you are asserting that high-dollar donors were granted no more access to the president than the folks who sent in $5?
Does it sound like I'm asserting that?
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First, this is lame stuff. Second, as to your allegation, I await your analysis of all other presidencies so we can make an accurate comparison.

They did ignore the 5-day waiting period, which was a stupid thing to promise in the first place. They probably determined that it would just be a sounding board to crackpots to rant, which is what that petition site they created became.
Why should I analyze any other presidencies? What the **** do other presidencies have to do with what your lying, immoral, incompetent little tyrant is up to?
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Why should I analyze any other presidencies? What the **** do other presidencies have to do with what your lying, immoral, incompetent little tyrant is up to?
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This is easily the most vile, corrupt administration in the history of the presidency.
If you're going to say Pike's Peak is the tallest mountain on Earth, you may want to look at the rest of the planet before saying such.
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If you're going to say Pike's Peak is the tallest mountain on Earth, you may want to look at the rest of the planet before saying such.
This concession on your part is noted~
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This is unprecedented. Anyone who defends this absolutely insane and likely illegal activity is showing their true colors as a partisan little bitch. The fact that there isn't massive OUTRAGE about this is sickening.
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Bum **** barry just oozes dignity.

He would get double teamed b a donkey and a camel while Kim Jong rode his back naked except for a cowboy hat while singing the North Korean national anthem for a 'campaign donation'.

But it's OK because Bush sucked too.

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Why should I analyze any other presidencies? What the **** do other presidencies have to do with what your lying, immoral, incompetent little tyrant is up to?
JFC you are stupid. Here's why:

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This is easily the most vile, corrupt administration in the history of the presidency.
So, I take it that you won't be getting around to the analysis and comparison?
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So, I take it that you won't be getting around to the analysis and comparison?
Well, you don't. Why should he? You've got a projection problem.
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Well, you don't. Why should he? You've got a projection problem.
I don't what? He said most corrupt in history. Is it unreasonable to ask how he came to that conclusion?

I realize i'm asking this of someone who probably spews more pure, unstubstantiated crap than anyone on this board, so just consider it a rhetorical question.
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