Its surprising how much you can accomplish if you don't care who gets the credit
The chairman of the Arizona Republican Party apparently doesn’t like being associated with the dark money that is flowing into, out of and around Arizona’s political campaigns.
Robert Graham has sicced his attorney on longtime Republican consultant/commentator Chris Herstam, demanding that Herstam stop going on TV and the radio and linking him to the anonymous money that last year funded campaigns to torpedo two Arizona propositions and will likely loom large in next year’s campaigns.
“Mr. Graham has learned of certain public statements made by you making false and defamatory allegations against him,” says the letter, written by attorney Alan K. Hyde on behalf of Graham. “Among the false and defamatory statements are allegations that he and his ‘gang’ have received ‘dark money’ for the purpose of laundering such money – and that Mr. Graham is ‘very dangerous’.”
I don’t know if Robert Graham is very dangerous but he is certainly very thin skinned and possibly a tad deluded.
[Editor: Of course, it is a matter of public record that this is exactly what Robert Graham did both in Arizona and in California as AFA reported in late 2012 and 2013. His PAC, Americans for Responsible Leadership was not very responsible when they broke the law in CA and had to pay $1,000,000 fine to settle the charges against him, Kirk Adams and Sean Noble. One could say, "oh, well, it was California after all." But breaking the law in any state is a bad idea!]
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