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Obama Campaign Releases Google Chrome Extension for Quick Donations
- Friday, 20 July 2012 08:18
- Written by Justin Credible
Forget about the millions of dollars raised from $200 or less donations by foreign donors in 2008, the Obama campaign desperately needs to raise more money. The $1 billion campaign may fall short of its goal, which is a sign that Americans are less drunk on the Hope and Change crap. Desperate to find new donations, the Obama machine launched a wedding registry fundraiser, which has been a flop. Now, the campaign has released an internet browser extension for "quick donations."
Obama sycophants that use Google's Chrome web browser will be thrilled to know that every time they get a thrill up their leg while online, they can make a donation that will go towards lies and negative advertising. The free extension compliments the other myriad of digital offerings from the technophiles working in the basement of Obama's headquarters in Chicago.
What's unknown is what is built into the Chrome extension. For example, many browser extensions track web pages visited by a user, so more targeted information can be gathered and shared with third parties. This is valuable information. Since we're talking about the Obama campaign, it's essentially guaranteed they're grabbing this information without the user knowing. There's a way to check, but there's no way in hell this guy is downloading the extension.
Go ahead, liberals. Browse the Huffington Post and the Daily Kos and when you get a hard-on, hit the donate button and make President Obama proud that his Brown Shirts are keeping busy.
Justin Credible is a contributing editor for Habledash.