SATURDAY ROUNDUP

Barack Obama voicing support for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) rewrite that passed the House Friday had liberal bloggers wondering if Obama actually does represent change. Continuing money trouble for the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and an over-the-top ad from Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) also have bloggers talking Saturday.

Obama's support for a FISA deal that includes immunity for telecommunication companies shows he is just another politician, writes Talk Left's Big Tent Democrat. The blogger calls Obama "disingenuous" for leading liberals to believe he would be different. DemFromCT takes Obama's approval of the FISA rewrite as a sign that he is starting to move to the middle, hoping to run as a moderate in the general election.

The Republican National Committee (RNC) ended the month of May with thirteen times the cash on hand that the DNC had in the bank, showing the RNC's strong fundraising may prove equal to the Obama money machine, The Swamp reports. Top of the Ticket writes that the numbers prove President Bush is still a top money magnet for the GOP as Bush hit the closed-door fundraising circuit hard in May.

Cornyn unveiled a ultra-cowboy themed ad at the recent Texas GOP convention that Hot Air's Allahpundit calls "the cheesiest reelection ad ever." Cornyn claims the ad was a joke, but if it was a joke, the conservative blogger asks, where is the punchline?

FROM THE BLOGS:
Hillary Coming Back to the Hill - The Page
Obama up 15 in New Poll - SusanG, Daily Kos
Obamaweek Strikes Again - Mark Hemingway, The Corner
The Cheesiest Reelection Ad Ever - Allahpundit, Hot Air
Obama Promises to Filibuster Telecom Immunity - Talk Left
The Seal Deal - Mark Hemingway, The Corner
Saturday Musings - DemFromCT, Daily Kos
RNC Flush with Cash - The Swamp
DNC Lags Behind - Top of the Ticket
Bush Calls out Dems - John Hinderaker, Power Line

OTHER NEWS SOURCES:
More Congressional Computers Hacked from China - The Hill
It's Vetting Time - National Journal
Obama Plans National Push on Ads and Turnout - New York Times