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278703-rebranded-obama-campaign-causes-frustration-for-dncThe Hill:

Several members of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) expressed fear Tuesday that the new outside group Organizing for Action — a retooled version of President Obama’s campaign machine — could hurt the national party’s fundraising and drain its resources.

“I don’t know how splitting things apart is conducive to progress. When you start looking at competitive interests that are trying to move in the same direction, why wouldn’t you all be on the same page?” Krystal Thrailkill, a DNC committee member from Arkansas, told The Hill at the committee’s annual winter meeting.


DNC members said they were caught off guard when the leaders of the president’s reelection team announced Obama for America was morphing into Organizing for Action (OFA), a nonprofit group that can take unlimited “soft money” donations.

The group will be spearheaded by former Obama campaign manager Jim Messina and advocate for Obama’s policies by mobilizing the millions-strong list of grassroots supporters built by the campaign.

While the new group will seek to go toe to toe with GOP outside groups like Crossroads GPS, some Democrats aren’t pleased that Obama didn’t fold his powerful grassroots operation back into the DNC.Scissors-32x32.png

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....Organizing for Action (OFA), a nonprofit group that can take unlimited “soft money” donations....


Overthrowing Free America, run by Jim Messina [husband of a Solyndra lawyer?] can solicit foreign money.......always in abundance during the Preezy elections, from our "friends" in Saudi & Chinese countries....and maybe this will be the last election we'll have to have.


When this guy says....."Trust me"..........it actually means what?



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