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  • Donors to the Obama campaign using false names such as Doodad Pro and Good Will gave

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  • Obama's broken another record: he's gotten more money than anyone in history from unidentified donors - with names like "Doodad," who lists his employer as "Loving" and has given more than $17,000 dollars - way over federal limits.

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  • In response to FEC complaints, the Obama campaign began refunding money to Doodad Pro even before he reached these limits.

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  • Similarly, a donor identified as “Pro, Doodad,” from “Nando, NY,” gave $19,500 in 786 separate donations, most of them for $25.

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  • Following FEC requests, the Obama campaign began refunding money to Doodad Pro in February 2008.

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  • In February, after just 93 donations, Doodad Pro had already gone over the $2,300 limit for the primary.

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  • Doodad will never have the clout he has had before and no trust from a large segment of the population.

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  • Consider the cases of Obama donors "Doodad Pro" of Nunda, N.Y., who gave $17,130, and "Good Will" of Austin, Texas, who gave more than $11,000 — both in excess of the $2,300-per-person federal limit.

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  • Mr. Good Will and Mr. Doodad Pro are employed by “Loving” and their profession is “You” according to what they identified on illegal donations.

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  • Who is “Mr. Good Will” or “Pro, Doodad,” from “Nando,Ny” ?

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