President Obama has been lying to his voters telling them he was outspent in the 2004 and 2008 elections which was factually not true. Well the blueprint has been laid down and now people now see that Obama’s crying tears mean that it’s time to really send in money to get an upper hand on defeating him in November.
President Obama and the Democratic Party raised $71 million in June — $35 million less than opponent Mitt Romney and the Republicans.
In an e-mail to supporters, the Obama campaign said June was the best fundraising month of the campaign — but added, “we still got beat. Handily.”
Romney and the Republicans outraised Obama in May as well.
Ann Marie Habershaw, the Obama campaign’s chief operating officer, said in the e-mail that if Obama loses to Romney in November, “it will be because we didn’t close the gap enough when we had the chance.”
Romney finance chairman Spencer Zwick said the GOP’s fundraising advantage “is a statement from voters that they want a change of direction in Washington.”
Obama’s campaign team had braced supporters last week for relatively bad news on the fundraising front.
In an e-mail last week, Obama campaign manager Jim Messina told supporters that the Republican money gap “is getting wider, and if it continues at this pace, it could cost us the election.”