Here comes the CREDO SuperPac targeting our Joe Walsh. Let’s see who they hire for the dirty work. It’ll be Tea Party Volunteers versus whomever a San Francisco Mobile Phone can pay off.
Plan to end 'Tea Party Ten'
Credo expects to raise $3 million to defeat what it calls "The Tea Party Ten" - 10 House members from across the nation, most of them freshmen who represent districts that Obama won in 2008.
Unlike other deep-pocketed super PACs, Credo won't use its donations on expensive TV advertising, spending the money instead on building a grassroots campaign, opening offices and hiring staffers in each of the targeted districts.
Since its creation on Dec. 8, Credo's committee had raised $567,690 through Friday, according to Federal Election Commission figures. By comparison, Restore Our Future, the super PAC that supports GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has raised $30 million.