The OBA and grassroot campaigns

Well, well.

Personally, I don't see how you can label a campaign as grassroots, if you're getting up to $350K from an overseas contributor (and who knows what else has been donated by other wealthy individuals or companies), but that's beside the point.

Interestingly enough, they've also admitted to having paid online commentators (why didn't they approach me, I could have used the cash, heh). That blows a huge hole in the arguments online that the PLP spearheaded the paid commentator movement (which has not to this day been proven in any sense).

Combine this with the chairman of the OBA resigning, and you now have a political party that will be further scrutinized by anybody that's not a (paid?) pure OBA supporter.

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