Control. It's all about control in the Obama campaign. They just can't risk having any outlandish campaign promises or radical leftist plans get out so here's the deal. Pay big bucks to attend an exclusive Obama fundraiser and give up control of your cellphone while you're there.
That's right. You will be asked to place your phone in a plastic bag and leave it in the care of an Obama campaign aide while you partake of caviar and listen to empty rhetoric.
The Washington Post's David Nakamura -- the "pool" print journalist representing his colleagues and reporting back to them on Obama's trip to New York -- noticed the practice as the president wooed group of about 60 wealthy contributors Monday at the home of Hamilton "Tony" James, president and chief operating officer of Blackstone Group, a large private equity firm. Each of the attendees had shelled out $35,800.
So, what's scaring Obama? The truth?