Obama's lawyer dominates Democratic money machine
The Washington Times ^ | Sunday, September 20, 2009 | Matthew Mosk
"In the heat of the 2008 Democratic primary campaign, when members of candidate Barack Obama's staff began to fret about the potential for illegal attempts to intimidate voters on Election Day in Nevada, the campaign's general counsel calmly told everyone on a staff conference call to settle down. Don't worry, attorney Robert Bauer is said to have counseled. If necessary, the campaign will simply call the local authorities and have the opposition forces arrested."
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