Thursday, June 01, 2006
Follow the Money
A top Republican fund-raiser who is the leading figure in an Ohio political scandal pleaded guilty on Wednesday to illegally funneling money to President George W. Bush's 2004 reelection campaign. [...] He wrote checks to two dozen Republican supporters so they could attend a $2,000-a-plate Bush fund-raising dinner held in the state capital of Columbus on October 30, 2003. Noe's scheme netted $45,400 for the Bush campaign and he became a top fund-raiser for the party in Ohio, raising more than $100,000 for Bush and other Republicans.Will anybody in the White House press corps ask Tony Snow about this?
q2, take a look at the web page http://www.gop.com/About/.
Please notice that at the upper left, it says "Party Leadership."
Please note that right beneath that, it has a picture of George W. Bush.
You see, the president is the leader of his party. So, if the RNC has accepted filthy money, it passed through the president's hands.
1. Tom Noe gives dirty money to George Bush, using illegal conduit contributions.
2. MEC asks, reasonably enough, what the RNC is going to do with the dirty money.
3. You say it has nothing to do with the White House, because the White House has nothing to do with the RNC.
4. You are proven to be totally wrong on that score.
5. You raise a diversion to try to pretend that you haven't been caught out.
We don't play fetch-the-stick around here. You either admit that you were wrong, have your accountability moment, or you can go have intercourse with whatever species of farm animal will put up with you.
nobody said anything about the rnc not being accountable. nobody said the white house has nothing to do with the rnc, but it was said that said issue needs to be taked up with rnc management. (illiterate much?) hellooo in there! and thinking that george bush is responsible for some guy illegally raising money is a poor conclusion.
and i think it's well known that you don't play fetch the stick. maybe fetch the dick... but nobody's judging. te he he.
The RNC comes into it because the George Bush campaign gave its surplus funds to the RNC. So now the RNC has the money that was illegally donated.
Since the RNC has made no move to divest itself of ill-gotten gains, it's appropriate to ask the spokesman of the man who originally received those ill-gotten gains whether he's going to use his authority as head of the Party (and thus, as it were, the "Commander in Chief" of the RNC) to tell the RNC to do what it should do, but hasn't.
learn. absoooorrrrbb. get off the ignorant train.
the president is not the head of the republican party. questions to be directed to the RRRRRR NNNNN CCCCCC. get it yet? remove your head from places on chuckie's body.
Yes, I know that the father of lies is Satan and that this repeated lying proves that's my daddy.
But I just can't help myself!
And I am so LAME! What kind of moron do I have to be to ignore what the RNC says about itself? What kind of horrendous fool must I be to link a Wikipedia article that says:
President George W. Bush, is the current leader of the Republican
while trying to claim that George W. Bush has nothing to do with the corruption epidemic in the Republicam Party?
Oh God. What is this brown stuff running down my pants leg and into my bowl? Ew. Ew. Ew.
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