Goldman has also jumped on the super-PAC bandwagon, with 20 percent of its donations going to “soft money,” or outside groups.
Brown estimated that his group poured close to half a million dollars into the three races in hard and soft money.
The largest chunk of change was the “soft money” donations Stanford made to groups like the DNCC and RNC.
soft money—unlimited contributions to party committees made in support of fuzzy “issue advocacy” rather than campaigns—ruled.
Colonel Jimmy heard Small make that fool bet on the eighteenth tee, and you know what a leech he is when soft money is in sight.
Observe the war within the lad as between innate decency and, in a sense, laudable desire for the limelight and soft money.
Then I think it will be beaten, if by soft money it means the payment of one promise with another.
Let's be clear; a vote against McCain-Feingold is a vote for soft money and for the status quo.
Stupid; dim-witted; lamebrained
[1938+; soft is found by 1621 in the sense ''silly, simple, foolish'']