Romney Donors Are Skewed

This comes from Fox Business so it must be fair and balanced, right? No?

The Romney campaign is experiencing what some officials believe could be the beginning of a mass exodus of big money donors diverting their cash away from the Republican presidential hopeful and toward Republican candidates for the House and Senate races more likely to win in November, the FOX Business Network has learned.

The trend isn’t at the acute stage, at least not yet, said one person with direct knowledge of the matter. This person, a major player in Romney’s New York fundraising circles, confirmed to FOX Business that a few New York donors have backed away from financial commitments to the Romney campaign and instead said they will spend their money to help the Republicans hold on to the House of Representatives, and pick up seats in the Senate.

Is Fox Business part of the liberal media conspiracy to paint Romney as a loser?

According to the principle of Dick Morris’s Razor, the most unlikely scenario, that all of the media are in on the conspiracy, must be the answer.

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  • JWheels

    I think we just need to reach the inevitable conclusion that reality itself is in fact skewed. As Stephen Colbert says reality has a well-known liberal bias. I’m willing to bet that most Fox News viewers probably don’t watch Fox Business, I think there’s too many of those ungodly socialist “fact” things in it for their tastes. Well, as we all know, if Obama wins, the election was fixed and all the polls were lying. So it is going to be important for us to pursue 2nd amendment solutions to the obvious tyranny of the Kenyan-socialist secret-Muslim oppressor.

    Note to the Secret Service: Just so I don’t get any unexpected knocks on my door in the middle of the night, I will note that this post was mostly tongue-in-cheek, particularly the part about Second Amendment solutions.

  • Michael Norris

    Now that’s a shame. I guess having more money than God doesn’t always buy whatever you want. Sorry Willard.

  • Michael Norris

    I know that Bob readers and bloggers are pretty smart, but damn. Some of us predicted this scenario a while back. I just didn’t expect it this soon. Again, sorry Willard.

  • Razor

    Royally skewed.

    What’s sad is the fact that an obscene amount of money has been wasted, absolutely wasted, on the worst campaign ever. Millions (billions?) of dollars that could’ve been spent on anything useful and it’s just gone.

    • atlavely

      No, that money made the media, in the form of ad agencies and TV stations and holding companies, very happy.

    • Bob Rutledge

      Skew them and the Koch-whoreses they rode in on!