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Million dollar donors fuel Super PACs

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Idaho businessman Frank Vandersloot, a "super donor" who contributed $1 million to Mitt Romney's Super PAC. speaks out about his contribution: “We want somebody that understands business” in the White House. National Investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff reports.