Friday, August 10, 2007


I'm feeling a little under the weather, so I'm slacking.

This was extra special reading today.

RNC Voter "Audit" Letter Raises Questions

By Paul Kiel - August 10, 2007, 12:20 PM
What 83 year-old William Sidwell of Queen City, Missouri found in his mailbox last week scared him. It was a letter from the Republican National Committee, but it seemed to bear grave news: "Our records show that you registered as a member of our Party in Schuyler County, MO," the letter said. "But a recent audit of your Party affiliation turned up some irregularities."

Audit? Irregularities? Was he in trouble? Were they threatening him? Sidwell went immediately to his ask his son, Dennis, a licensed public accountant, for advice. (snip) Particularly puzzling to the both of them, Dennis told me, is that his father is a life-long Democrat.


The letter, it turns out, is just a misleading pitch for a contribution to the RNC -- one of the "irregularities" cited in the letter is that "I cannot find a record of you taking a single action in support of the Republican Party -- not locally, not nationally!" A contribution, the letter suggests, would help set the record straight.


Sigh, the smell of desperation does make me feel a wee bit better.

3 Comments:

At 1:30 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

Back to the couch.

 
At 2:06 PM, Anonymous OxyCon said...

As always, the Repub's intent is to be dishonest, to decieve, to scam.

 
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