McCain is supporting Mitt Romney, but said Romney and the other GOP candidates had all been hurt by super-PAC attacks.
Goldman has also jumped on the super-PAC bandwagon, with 20 percent of its donations going to “soft money,” or outside groups.
This is further polarizing our politics because the super-PAC economy is designed to financially reward hyper-partisanship.
Months after the election, super-PAC founders give themselves a big payback.
But as Eric Alterman writes, super-PAC funds could make all the difference.
Some super-PAC attention will be devoted to creating and airing targeted spots, said Devine.
The billion-dollar question is what impact all this super-PAC money will have on the election.
Super-PAC honcho Karl Rove urges Obama to ease up on the fundraisers—and asks Romney to show voters the private Mitt.
Billionaire Joe Ricketts is going all in on his super-PAC campaign to attack Obama.