Culture of corruption, indeed

Writing in World Net Daily, frequent AT contributor Jack Cashill reminds us of the unsavory way Joe Sestak won his first race for Congress against Congressman Curt Weldon
It's not that different than the means used to unseat long time Republican Senator Stevens: Leaks, false accusations, FBI searches.

In Stevens case the Democrats went ahead with a crooked prosecution. In the Weldon case nothing came of the matter after the election.

Be Prepared. There aren't that many plays in their playbook, and phony charges of corruption is one of them.

Clarice Feldman


Writing in World Net Daily, frequent AT contributor Jack Cashill reminds us of the unsavory way Joe Sestak won his first race for Congress against Congressman Curt Weldon

It's not that different than the means used to unseat long time Republican Senator Stevens: Leaks, false accusations, FBI searches.

In Stevens case the Democrats went ahead with a crooked prosecution. In the Weldon case nothing came of the matter after the election.

Be Prepared. There aren't that many plays in their playbook, and phony charges of corruption is one of them.

Clarice Feldman


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