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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

It's come to this: Obama campaign's new fundraising site makes it impossible to know how much your credit card will be charged

Oh, this should be good.

In honor of tonight's GOP debate, the Obama campaign created a bizarre "Debate Bingo" website that makes it virtually impossible for donors to predict how much their credit cards will be charged (no link, intentionally).

Pick one or more phrases and an amount -- and your credit card will be charged that amount multiplied by the number of times the Obama campaign says the phrase(s) were mentioned. Well, that could certainly get expensive.

Call it "Click and Trust".

Although, since the president's party has a long history of registering dead voters, felons and illegal immigrants, I'm not sure I'd actually click or trust.

If you have a few extra bucks, pony up -- exactly the amount you want -- for H-E-R-M-A-N C-A-I-N.

Hat tip: Snarky Basterd.

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