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Sunday, October 05, 2008
Meet "Good Will" and "Doodad Pro," just two of (apparently) many Obama campaign donors of no known address or employment, and who have given his campaign tens of thousands of dollars in $10 and $25 dollar increments.

The RNC is suing.

If the McCain campaign is run by professionals, like Lee Atwater in 1988, Good Will and Doodad Pro are now Obama's running mates. Picture it: Good and Doodad sky-trailers at every Obama campaign appearance; Gene Delgaudio's street-thespians dressed up as Good and Doodad giving interviews about their munificence. C'mon guys, it's October 5....

And a big shoutout to Newsweek for setting aside its normal "Help us Obama-won, you're our only hope" coverage to break the story. You betcha! *Wink*