Wednesday, May 31, 2006
GOP Re-Hires Convicted Criminal to Run School for Criminals
I guess seven months in the pen amounts to teaching certification:
GOP Official Involved in Phone-Jamming Scandal Released From Jail
In New Hampshire, the former executive director of the state Republican Party has been released from jail after serving seven months for his role in an Election Day phone-jamming scandal. In November 2002, the official – Charles McGee – helped jam the phones of Democrats and labor groups making get-out-the-vote calls. Now McGee is back at his old job and next weekend he will be speaking at a two-day event to teach Republicans how to run for office at a so-called GOP campaign school. The state’s Democratic party has criticized the Republican party for continuing to associate with McGee.
Maybe the national Democratic Party will get around to mentioning the numerous phone calls made from the phone jammers to the White House on Election Day 2002.
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