I was thinking lately that the upcoming election would be a Obama victory and it wouldn't be close. After looking at the donation numbers so far I'm inclined to change my mind to a Romney victory.

When Obama won the election his main contributors were Wall Street and so far during his tenure he's done well to placate his oligarchical overlords.

Now it's Romney who's getting the financial support of Wall Street. Here's Romney's top 13 contributors so far...

Goldman Sachs $499,430
JPMorgan Chase & Co $322,400
Morgan Stanley $281,350
Credit Suisse Group $277,250
Citigroup Inc $267,050
Bank of America $213,650
Barclays $207,400
Kirkland & Ellis $206,701
HIG Capital $188,500
PriceWaterhouseCoopers $179,550
Blackstone Group $175,550
Bain Capital $146,500
Wells Fargo $128,700

As for Obama, he's getting financial support from the IT/educational/media sector. Here's his top 13 contributors so far...

Microsoft Corp $188,643
DLA Piper $151,375
Google Inc $139,030
Morgan & Morgan $127,895
Harvard University $126,962
University of California $125,880
Comcast Corp $114,950
Skadden, Arps et al $100,324
US Dept of State $87,995
Time Warner $80,062
Stanford University $78,503
Sidley Austin LLP $75,275
National Amusements Inc $74,834

For Contrast, here was GW Bush's 2004 top 11 contributors...

Morgan Stanley $603,480
Merrill Lynch $586,254
PricewaterhouseCoopers $514,250
UBS AG $474,325
Goldman Sachs $394,600
Lehman Brothers $361,525
MBNA Corp $350,350
Credit Suisse Group $326,040
Citigroup Inc $320,820
Bear Stearns $313,150
Ernst & Young $305,140

Romney

Obama

Bush (2004)

So I'm all in for Romney in 2012.