than She Gave to Mitt's Campaign?
her Federal Election Commission records today and learned she has.
A nice chunk of change, but one that won't be anything more than a blip on her bank statements.
But according to a March look at her love of horses in the Washington Post, "some of their animals cost more than $100,000, and the Romneys continue to sink tens of thousands of dollars into year-round training and feeding, plus veterinary bills."
I'd like to know if Ann has spent more to purchase her horse Rafalca, who competed and lost in the Olympics just like Mitt will do in November's general election, but doubt the Romney's would share such financial details.
That same Post story tried to nail down some horse-related costs but, "The Romneys, through a campaign aide, declined to tally how much they spend on dressage, saying, 'We are not required to disclose this information.'"
Come November 6, just say neigh to Romney for President.