Former governor Buddy Roemer's presidential campaign finance pledge—to take no big checks from special interests--is questioned in an Internet news site article. The "" piece says Roemer's strategy makes little sense. Mr. Roemer, however, says his plan works because it's purely voter-based and sets clear limits on campaign donations. The "" opinion prices says Roemer's $100-per-person limit is puzzling, because without big campaign donors, he'll have little shot at being a realistic White House contender. Roemer says he CAN raise enough for a serious campaign, if he can reach the masses. Roemer's fund raising strategy is unconventional, but he says it will assure voters that he is beholden to no special or interests, nor political action groups. (Roemer says electability shouldn't be determined by who has the most financial backing.)