1. Moneybags

    Foster Friess Goes to Romney

    Ron Sachs, CNP / Landov

    With Rick Santorum out, Foster Friess, the retired investor who spent almost $1.7 million on Santorum’s campaign, is getting behind Mitt Romney. “I’ve got some plans as to how I might be able to be of help,” said Friess. Friess suggested he might throw his weight behind Karl Rove's Crossroads group, which plans to spend $300 million attacking President Obama and supporting Romney. In fact Friess says he might've already given to the organization: “I know that I have contributed to some other groups, but I can’t remember which ones. There are so many of them. They’re all over the place.”

    Read it at Politico