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Greg, Greg, Greg. She's a DEMOCRAT.

Terri Goddard taught us that election rules don't apply to Democrats.

Wow, there's a lot of code embedded in CJ's talk: he added "a bit" to premature and "a little" to farfetched.

Sounds like barely-controlled panic to me.

Please, Greg, why don't you ask Sean Noble how many times he referred to his bosses elections when he was part of an official congressional staff?

"Whoever the Democrats nominate to challenge Hayworth had best be prepared for a relentless, nonstop, 24/7 campaign, because that’s the only way we know how to campaign." -- Then-Rep. J.D. Hayworth's government-salaried chief of staff, Joe Eule, quoted by the Associated Press, March 10, 2006.

Then-Rep. J.D. Hayworth's government-salaried chief of staff commenting on Hayworth's campaign finance activities:

"Within days of receiving that $11,000, Hayworth used a sports skybox provided by Abramoff for a fund-raiser at a basketball game. On four more occasions, he used skyboxes financed by Abramoff but did not report the value of the accommodations as campaign contributions, as required by federal election laws. Joe Eule, the congressman's chief of staff, has said Hayworth thought the boxes were provided by tribes themselves. Not listing them on financial reports was an oversight, he said. Hayworth's committee refunded nearly $13,000 to two tribes in 2004." -- The Arizona Republic, November 4, 2006

Another fun bit:

"Sean Noble, a campaign spokesman and chief of Shadegg's Arizona staff, said three contributions involved Shadegg's use of sports suites provided to him for fund-raisers at hockey and basketball games at the MCI Center in Washington, D.C., and one fund-raising dinner paid for by Abramoff partner Kevin Ring. The total value was calculated as $5,444." -- The Arizona Republic, January 12, 2006

Well, if the Arizona Republic reported it, it must be true.

Greg sometimes I really think you are dense... you do realize that almost all incumbants do not have re-election staff being paid yet...

So there is no cmapaign to refer to these "campaign" comments. Most re-election campaigns start paying stuff in April-May.

So yeah go after Gabby, i want her to lose badly but this stuff is pathetic.

Go get her, Greg! And go ahead and compare what Gabby's doing to Hayworth, guys. Remember, he lost.....

Election rules & any other rule(s) do not apply to democrats.

More to the point is that they felt a need to make a statement.

Wasn't CJ a former Tucson Citizen reporter? If so, there seems to be a steady stream of Tucson journalists to the Democratic Party. IIRC, Mark Kimble, a former Citizen editor, now works for Giffords.

And the professional media wonders why we conservatives distrust them?

Yeah, like Daniel Scarpinato going to work for Jon Paton. Oh wait.

Um, yeah. Not convinced on that move.

The only thing this post proves is Greg's willingness to shill for Paton at every opportunity.

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