|Why would anyone think this is political?|
But they didn't get Walker! So it doesn't count.
It's full of cloak and dagger nonsense - but in a funny way - it's a hoot. But the underlying assertion got picked up more widely. Is "Son of Doe" going after conservative supplicants?
We surely hope so.
"Issue" based organizations have walk a very fine line - between what they see as wrong but not saying who they think did it - lest they be advocating for a particular politician during campaign season.
Americans for Prosperity didn't just cross the line with their pay-to-play United Sportsman scheme, they've been doing it for years. The "Stand with Walker" campaign being one of their most obvious.
AFP claims it was a coincidence - it had NOTHING to do with the recall.
They don't have to convince the Siren - it looks like they're going to have to convince a federal prosecutor. Hmmm, tougher audience.
We've already reported on their memos reminding staff to try and keep speakers from politicizing their events and we don't have subpoena powers. Imagine what a special investigator can find.
So another waste of time witch hunt is on? Tell THAT to the six people arrested last time.