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One Delaware political story getting attention and airplay:
Delaware Democrats have filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Independent Party U.S. Senate candidate Alex Pires. The Delaware Democratic Party alleges the class-action attorney and Dewey Beach businessman violated Federal campaign finance laws by making his businesses an arm of his campaign. Pires sarcastically asserts the Dems are raising a ruckus just because he gave "three older ladies pieces of chicken".
Pires responds as well with personal attacks on Senator Carper, raising the old wife-beating allegations. Pires also declares Carper has lied about his military record. Pires really does seem to have a personal vendetta against Carper.
Posted at 2:10pm on October 12, 2012 by Allan Loudell
Another Delaware Story, is "Where In The World Is Eric... Bodenweiser". He is under investigation by the Delaware State Police we can now reveal, because it is in the (cost per view) News Journal. And now, Jon Mosely, Sussex County Republican Extrodinaire is also missing. Evan Quietish candidate for Senate District 11, is in hiding, and has not been seen in weeks. Interestingly all were Tea Partiers closely involved with the Christine O'Donnell campaign of 2010. Fascinating stuff. If one was a speculating kind of person, (and I am certainly not) one might ascertain that powerful interests were setting her up to run for the next US Senate Opening.
Fri, Oct 12, 2012 4:46pm
Maybe Christine sold all three of them to pay her rent.
Mike from Delaware
Sun, Oct 14, 2012 10:43pm
An other example of how liberals are NOT tolerant of folks having a different view than they. Black actress Stacy Dash has endorsed Mitt Romney and has taken some heat because of it.
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