Politico Story is False…

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Via Media Bistro:

From: Buck, Brendan

Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2009 5:10 PM

Subject: Price and Rush Limbaugh – Politico Story is False

A story was published by Jonathan Martin in the Politico this afternoon that WRONGLY attributes a quote to Rep. Tom Price. Rep. Price never uttered the words that were WRONGLY attributed to him and we will be demanding a full retraction. Jonathan Martin never confirmed the quote with our office. If he had, we would have been able to correct is inaccurate reporting. If you have any questions, please contact me. Thank you.

Brendan Buck
Communications Director
Republican Study Committee
Chairman Tom Price, M.D. (GA-6)

2012 Primary Season: Less Than 3 Years Away…

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Politico’s article on the next presidential election.
There will be a lot of un-ruining to do after 4 years of Obama/Biden.

“Oh, man,” drawled Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, when asked about 2012 and specifically his own interest in a possible presidential run. “I’m going to tell you something. One of the worst things that can happen to the Republican Party in our effort to rebuild is for a bunch of people to start running for president. Anybody harboring that ambition needs to squelch it until after 2010. … Anybody out there running for president is undercutting what’s important. You do this against your own interest.”

Whole story at Politico.

Boomerang! Obama Attacks ‘Keating 5’ but 3 of Them Have Endorsed Him

Desperate Times?

It looks like a little bit of desperation on the part of Obama to bring up something that happened over 2 decades ago. Is that how Obama’s people are going to answer for all of his own scandals, by bringing up something that happened before McCain was even a Senator?

McCain spokesman Brian Rogers notes that three of McCain’s fellow members of the Keating Five have endorsed Obama: Former senators Dennis DeConcini. John Glenn, and Donald W. Riegle. All three are Democrats — McCain was the only Republican in the group — and DeConcini and Riegle were among the more deeply implicated officials.
Ben Smith, Politico