Gasping and seemingly out of breath, the Republican Governors Association has just issued a news release declaring, “Third-Party Attack Group in Rory Reid’s Pocket.”
It goes on to state, “The Committee to Protect Nevada Jobs, a political action committee based in Nevada, has been registered in the name of consultant Daniel M. Hart, a long-time political advisor to Democratic candidate for governor Rory Reid. The group’s intent is to get involved in attacking Republican candidates for governor while Reid runs for the office at the same time. Under Nevada law, the PAC is not permitted to coordinate activities with Reid’s campaign.”
There’s no use denying it, Dan Hart. You are a Democratic Party loyalist with long-standing ties to Democratic candidates with Democratic agendas. You run Democratic campaigns and raise funds for Democratic causes that include the interests of Rory Reid. And you often resort to criticizing Republicans.
Why, there ought to be a law.
Don’t try to deny it, you unrepentant Democrat.
“I’m guilty as charged,” Hart said. “It’s nothing any Nevada organization wouldn’t have known right off the bat, and probably not have had to spend a fortune trying to figure out.”
He added, “They’re very concerned, as they should be, that the flaws of their Republican candidates are going to be exposed. It’s clearly frightening to them somebody’s going to actually tell the voters the truth about their Republican candidates.”
Sounds just like something a Democrat would say.
Governors Association spokesman Tim Murtaugh: “The cozy relationship between Dan Hart and Rory Reid certainly raises questions. Rory has paid him, Rory’s county government has paid him. This cloud is so big and dark that even Noah would be nervous.”
Although I’m hooked on hyperbole, I might have described this story in less than Biblical proportions.