Thursday, July 20, 2006

Quote, unquote

“If you are going to enlist George Bush and Dick Cheney and all of their special interest friends, miss more than 30 votes to fundraise and transfer $1.3 million in illegal money, it’s not surprising that you raised some cash.”
-- Melanie Fonder of Jim Doyle's campaign, to WisPolitics, on Mark Green's campaign finance report.


At 10:13 PM, Blogger Dailytakes said...

If you're willing to trade state contracts for campaign contributions, give away perpetual gamin compacts for campaign contributions, veto the property tax freeze for campaign contributions, hold the school choice cap hostage for campaign contributions, it's not surprising you have a temporary 2 million dollar advantage.

If you're distracted by fundraising scandals, it's not surprising your organization was outperformed by the challenger

At 8:12 AM, Blogger goofticket said...

Dailytakes has issues.
Misguided ones. but lots of deep seeded issues.
Reagrdless of facts, court rulings andthe rule of law, the opponents of Doyle will continue to make false claims that the voters of Wisconsin see through.
Mr. Green is up to his eyeballs with his former Chief of Staff and now campaign manager, listed in the Abramoff scandal. Mr. Green hires the guy who authorized the illegal campainging on state time, as his new Chief of Staff.
Mr. Green refuses to give back the $30,000 from Tom DeLay, unlike every other member of COngress who got some did immediately. Using a lame claim that it was illegal to donate it, Green waited until a federal court shut down DeLay's ARMPAC and then gave 1/6 to a group that is a Who's Who of Wisc. GOP Women!


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