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July 16, 2007

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Nick from Tx

I was just about to do my own research of this type with my own bout of "insonmia" at 2 am before I came across your blog. Good job summarizing exactly what I was wanting to look up, thanks for that, and I think you brought up a very interesting point that I had not thought of, but completely agree with. I think that Obama will definitely retain his supporters who are donating their hundred dollars, while large corporations want to support a candidate who is going to win as opposed to one that may have better policies. Obama however is saying that he is electing not to accept funds from large lobbyists and corporations which would make it interesting if Obama pulls in the lead after the first few primaries because I would assume that the large corporations would rather support Hilary with more funds because they can "buy" her, rather than not being able to support a candidate who seems more steadfast in representing the true American people.

Anyways, great post, thanks for the information!

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