From a Washington Post report about the financial empire of possible candidate for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination Newt Gingrich, including a group called American Solutions for Winning the Future:
American Solutions also has drawn criticism because it spends nearly $2 on fundraising for every $3 it brings in – about twice the figure for many nonprofit groups, experts said. In 2009, for example, the group reported spending $8.8 million for professional fundraising, about 61 percent of total revenue. Since it launched in 2007, the group has spent $6.6 million on private air travel through Moby Dick Airways, accounting for nearly 13 percent of the group’s budget, records show.
Moby Dick Airways?