Wed Oct 3, 2012, 12:49 PM
buzzman (60 posts)
Sproul Says GOP Had Him Disguise Involvement in Voter Registration Scandal
And about that smoking gun concerning the Republican Party and the Romney campaign claiming they didn't know what Sproul was up to?
Sproul belies that very claim in an interview with the Los Angeles Times:
Sproul said he created Strategic Allied Consulting at the RNC's request because the party wanted to avoid being publicly linked to the past allegations. The firm was set up at a Virginia address, and Sproul does not show up on the corporate paperwork.
"In order to be able to do the job that the state parties were hiring us to do, the asked us to do it with a different company's name, so as to not be a distraction from the false information put out in the Internet," Sproul said.
In essence, Sproul is asserting that the Republican National Committee knew of his sordid reputation and told him to disguise his involvement in his legally questionable stratgies to "register" Republican voters while driving down Democratic voter registration.
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Wed Oct 3, 2012, 01:24 PM
Wellstone ruled (7,179 posts)
6. Calling Eric Holder,
were the F----- are you. Oh,that's right,Rethugs are represented by your buds at Coving&Burling. You sure don't represent the President or the American people.