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Thursday, July 22, 2010

So much for campaign law

Posted By on Thu, Jul 22, 2010 at 7:13 AM

Of course Americans For Prosperity, the nonprofit political front established by the billionaire Koch family is in business to elect Republicans and strangle government, particularly programs for working people. The problem is that Republican stooge D.C. Morrison got a little off script at a recent AFP rally in Arkansas and explicitly endorsed Republican candidates. The proper approach is that employed by the toe-sucking AFP shill Dick Morris: You merely trash Democrats as child-raping, mother-stabbing, wallet-lifting perverts and let the implicit endorsement of Republicans speak for itself.

The Democrats see this as illegal coordination of campaigns with the non-profit's putative non-partisan requirements. The regulatory channels are clogged with such violations. Fat chance any justice will ever be done.


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