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President Barack Obama’s 2012 Presidential campaign has already set records for both fundraising, with nearly one billion dollars in donations, and fundraising emails, with nearly 10 Trillion already sent from him, his wife, his campaign, his cool rich friends, and Joe Biden. If you printed every fundraising email from Obama for America on normal 8.5 x 11 paper and stacked them, it would begin interfering with the Curiosity Rover’s mission on Mars. At this point, it would nearly match the size of the stack of Mitt Romney’s dollars that he’s never paid taxes on.
Many of Obama’s die-hard supporters have been disappointed with aspects of the campaign, such as the President’s lackluster debate performance. The President, conversely, has been disappointed with the enthusiasm amongst his donors. This can be seen in the increasingly strident subject lines of his fundraising emails:
- Stand with Barack!
- Seriously guys, show Barack you’re behind him!
- Mitt Romney and Karl Rove are Trying to Buy This Election
- Did You Not Read My Last Email? It’s Like You’re Not Even That Outraged
- Lady-people! Mitt Romney Wants to Own Your Uterus!
- Don’t You Think Sending $10 to Me is a Little More Important than Buying Yet Another Star Wars Novel?
- How About You Just Give Me Your Card Number and I Do What I Need to Do
Although the President’s appeals have certainly been numerous, it doesn’t match the sheer fundraising might of the famous McKinley ’96 campaign. McKinley’s campaign manager simply knocked on office doors on Wall Street and told the executives he found that unless McKinley won, William Jennings Bryan would literally take all of their money and give it to farmers to plant in the ground. Traders, believing farmers were dumb enough to try just that, gave McKinley’s campaign upwards of 8 million dollars, which after adjusting for inflation, comes out to nearly as much as Mitt Romney has literally buried on a beach in the Caymans.