Back in the day, it was about soft money, or in 2006, even HuffPo complains about Nebraska.
Bush spent $367.2M in 2004, Kerry spent $328.5M
Amazing, the New York Times complained that Bush had a mountain of cash.
Senator John Kerry fought his way through a tough and expensive Democratic primary season only to find himself on Wednesday with relatively little cash and facing an advertising onslaught by President Bush, whose campaign has roughly 10 times more money.My favorite quote from the article.
Using a combination of tactics designed to take advantage of the new McCain-Feingold campaign finance law, committee officials said they could counter Mr. Bush's advertising.That would be helping McCain, if Obama hadn't been a liar and opted out of Public Financing even though he said he would.
So, where is the outrage that Obama is buying the election?
In Response to: TV ad spending: 10/13-19