This is from Powerline today.
Especially funny is the fake info in the experiment.
(That Obama had no problem accepting this fake info is NOT funny, but more evidence of the fraudulent & illegal operation he is running – as if any more were needed. Too bad the FEC only fines people AFTER they use illegal money to buy an election.)
If Obama really were as good as he thinks, and if Americans really were as excited by him as he pretends based on his (illegal) internet fundraising, that fundraising wouldn’t need to be illegal, now, would it?
Obama’s Fraud Continues
October 23, 2008 Posted by John at 9:22 PM
So I went to the Obama website this afternoon and clicked on the “Donate” button.
I used my real MasterCard number (but was not asked for the 3 digit security code).
Used the following information and it was accepted…
First name: Fake
Last Name: Donor
Address: 1 Dollar To Prove A Point
Zip / Post: 33333
Email Address: email@example.com
Phone Number: 2125551212
Employer: Mainstream Media
Occupation: Being in the Tank
And incredibly, my $5 donation was ACCEPTED!!!
I then went to the McCain site and used the exact same information (and WAS asked for the 3 digit security code for my MasterCard). There, my contribution was rejected with the following message: “Your transaction was not approved for the following reason(s): Invalid data”, and then: “We have found errors in the information that you have submitted. Please review the information below and try again.”
I have screen shots and printouts of all of this as well.
Please tell me what I can do with this information? Is this a violation of FEC law by the Obama Campaign? How do we publicize this???
Everyone knows that Barack Obama has created the biggest money-machine of any politician in American history. But it is becoming increasingly evident that Obama’s money-machine is largely fraudulent and therefore criminal. One can imagine a world in which newspaper reporters think it’s a serious matter when a Presidential candidate tries to buy an election with illegal and fraudulent contributions. That, of course, is not the world that we live in. Have you seen Sarah Palin’s shoes?