Thursday, August 8, 2013

Did Ron Paul Buy Endorsement in Iowa, 2012?

Image from source, Raw Story
Whoa. Ron Paul's quixotic attempts to become president were always kind of a sideshow. He's a tiny, little old man in an ill-fitting suit. He makes perfect sense about 25% of the time, with the other three quarters being batshit crazy. And his followers are bananas. But could the whole enterprise have been crooked?


Ron Paul’s 2012 campaign allegedly bought Iowa endorsement

Ron Paul’s 2012 campaign allegedly offered financial compensation to a Republican Iowa state senator in exchange for his endorsement and support. Documents obtained by and showed a representative of state Sen. Kent Sorenson told the Paul campaign the senator would ditch Rep. Michele Bachmann’s presidential campaign if they provided him with $8,000 per month in salary, $5,000 per month in salary to his Senate clerk Chris Dorr, and $100,000 in contributions his newly created PAC. . .

Read more at: Raw Story

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