Chris Hayes is in the next room (only virtually, thank Vishnu,) kvetching at length with a panel of guests* about how money is corrupting politics, based on the news of Walker outspending what's-his-face, the guy who got slapped, and the nearly simultaneous announcement that Romney had actually taken in more donations last month than The Big O.
This was not a problem, of course, four years ago when Barry swamped McCain under a tidal wave of greenbacks.
In much the same way, the Koch brothers are worrisome meddling plutocrats, trying to influence elections with their filthy lucre, while George Soros, who could buy the Koch brothers with his pocket change, is a noble philanthropist. The wonder of partisan politics is how people can finger-point with a straight face. I can't remember, are filibusters obstructionist twaddle or a vital parliamentary tool this year?
*A panel so diverse that, out of five people including the host, only 40% are columnists for The Nation.