In a previous post, we quoted Obama as stating that disclosing his donor database would essentially be too difficult. This morning, Slate.com has a headline story that explains how in just a few short hours, they were able to process a similarly sized database.
Barack Obama refuses to release the names of the 2 million-plus people who have given his campaign less than $200. According to campaign officials, it would be too difficult and time-consuming to extract this information from its database.
So how come we were able to do it in a couple hours?