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This is why Republicans won’t get far running against corruption in Raleigh.
The Greensboro News & Record reports: “The State Board of Elections has asked Sen. Phil Berger to explain at least three dozen problems found with his campaign finance reports since 2004, ranging from a lack of information to apparently illegal contributions.”
Berger’s response: “I’m confident that once we look at these on an individual basis, we’ll be able to clear these up.”
I believe that’s what Mike Easley said about his campaign reports.


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2 comments on “They All Do It

  1. -1 says:

    The political consultant in you is coming out Gary.

    I could generously describe this post as taking thing out of context. However, it really is a complete misrepresentation of what is in the New and Record story.

  2. dap916 says:

    Actually, Gary is correct if what he is talking about is done incorrectly. In NC, democrat Easley has become synonymous with graft and corruption and misdealings in government. A good republican political consultant would have his candidate pretty much negate the “bad” in past dealings by certain repubs by formulating a campaign to fight against “all corruption large and small”. Mention corruption and poor ethics in government in NC today and Easley and Edwards pop into most folks’ minds….democrats.

    I’m no consultant but I can picture it done masterfully by the right person.

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