A quick glance at the Federal Election Commission’s list of recently formed political committees generally looks like a mundane affair of boring organizations like those formed for John Smith’s congressional campaign or what have you. But not today.
Two new ridiculously named Super PACs were formed yesterday, according to this morning’s update: “Howard Stern Fans For A Baba Booey Tomorrow, Tomorrow” and “Raptors for Jesus.”
Both organizations make it clear they are intending to “raise funds in unlimited amounts” on behalf of federal candidates, but without coordinating their efforts with the campaigns they seek to boost, the classic hallmark of Super PACs, much demonized in American political discourse. Read More