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How Karl Rove’s Billionaire-Backed Super PAC Will Be Election Game Changer

Karl Rove's pro-GOP political group has $100 million to spend on unseating Obama, with a goal of $240 million by November. But that's not the only reason the President should worry about American Crossroads.
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