A fresh take on politics from the right, in Happy Valley.
Interesting. I wouldn't attend a fundraiser too for someone like Howard Stephenson who is just plain unethical.
You show me the rule book of politics, and THEN I'll discuss ethics.Who are you to judge anyone?
Fantastic! Lets just make blanket statements about people without any qualifiers. How about giving a reason why someone would be labeled "unethical".As for Senator Hatch's campaign, I worked as a volunteer at convention and didn't see any shenanigans.
Stephenson unethical? I thought he was one of us low tax, school choice conservatives. Is there something I am missing?
I deleted that post because it named the unethical employee. I haven't decided to name her yet...
I didn't call Sen. Stephenson unethical.
I for one am whole-heartedly disappointed that ANYONE would devastate the election process with misinformation, lies and outright deceit. This cabal of ugliness and willingness to fight underhandedly will one day bring all of us to our knees and wonder aloud:"Where for art thou heart, oh great one?"And it shall by me that answers thy call.
I know everyone on the Hatch campaign and there is NOT one person who I would call "unethical". It's obvious that this site is attempting to discredit any person who campaigns for people he doesn't like. That is unethical. This whole blogsite is unethical as well as it's administrator!
To my beloved brother or sister who posted above, if you want your forgeries to appear credible, might I suggest that you inform yourself of the correct spelling of the forgeree's name BEFORE you click the Publish button?
Et tu, Utah Conservative?
HONK HONKBack the truck up!I just approve comments that have clean language. I am not responsible for people claiming to be other people.Besides, I don't care how your name is spelled. (P.S. Your calling the GOP the KKK was uncalled for, while I disagree with many things they do; I would never call anyone the KKK.)
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