GOP takes out loan to help Senate candidates

29 10 2008

“Republican-held seats have become increasingly competitive since the GOP national convention in early September, Duncan said. Of the endangered Republican seats, Duncan said the RNC was especially watching contests Kentucky, Georgia, Mississippi, Minnesota, New Hampshire, Oregon and North Carolina…Duncan did not volunteer any mention of the race in Alaska, where Republican Sen. Ted Stevens, convicted Monday on seven felony charges, faced an uphill fight to retain his seat.”

Convicted of 7 felony charges, and he’s worried about getting re-elected? I think that constitutes a little more than an “uphill battle”, especially when not even he is allowed to vote for himself anymore.

I would no more vote a former Enron executive for Congress than I would a person convicted felony bribery charges.

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost




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