Monday, May 7, 2012

Our favorite Super PAC considers targeting corrupt Rangel

We suspect they are opportunistic feeders, rather than intentionally targeting corrupt members of the US Congress, but our favorite Super PAC, Campaign for Primary Accountability, has announced that it is close to entering the contest to unseat Charlie Rangel who was censured by the United States House of Representatives in December of 2010. 

Either way, it's OK with us!

The Hill has it here.

This would follow, of course their role in the March defeat of Representative Jean Schmidt, who was named by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) as one of 14 "most corrupt" in Congress.

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