According to a report in the National Review Online, the Romney campaign took out a $20 million loan prior to the Republican National Convention to help keep the campaign afloat until it could tap into the millions it raised for the general election. The loan was taken out against funds Romney would only be allowed to use after the nomination.
http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news … n-11m-debt
It's hard to beleive that a multi millionaire is in debt...but the laws clearly state that campaigns are funded by donations only...so whats to prevent him from 'donating" to himself secretly?
by mio cid 6 years ago
In light of the latest developments in the republican primaries i'm going to go out on a limb here and say that I don't see a path for Romney to win the nomination, I think after florida Gingrich runs away with it.
by John Coviello 6 years ago
Mitt Romney Has a 20 Point Lead in South Carolina. Is the GOPNomination Over? I thought that Romney would take New Hampshire, then lose some southern states, and leave the door open for someone else to come from behind. But it's now looking like Romney will roll to a GOP...
by John Coviello 7 years ago
Iowa did not clarify the GOP nomination at all, except for perhaps it indicates that Romney will ultimately win the GOP nomination. Romney will be 2 for 2 after New Hampshire next Tuesday. After that, who knows? Romney will be going into states in the south where he is far...
by earnestshub 7 years ago
Mitt Romney, the intellectually challenged religionist has thrown his hat in the ring. Obama must be secretly thrilled, and is now assured of a victory in 2012. This Mormon loon will make America a laughing stock simply by nominating as Pailin did.I'm glad that at least the election is now a...
by Drive-by Quipper 6 years ago
This is why Romney lost. He displayed poor cognitive reasoning. He actually said that the widely known fact that smaller classroom size in schools is advantageous to students was misinformation perpetuated by teacher's unions to hire more teachers.Are teachers insidious, or is Romney...
by icountthetimes 6 years ago
If you had to call it right now, who do you think will be the President of the United States following next year's presidential election?
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