Skip to comments.Watch: Fed Contractor Caught Telling Employees to Vote for Murkowski
Posted on 11/08/2010 9:23:16 AM PST by blog.Eyeblast.tv
Alaska Senate hopeful Joe Miller appeared on Fox News to discuss the vote counting that is currently underway in his undecided race. During the segment, a video was shown of a federal contractor , at a federal installation, saying hes not telling them to vote for Joe Millers opponent Sen. Lisa Murkowski, but advised them a vote for her would continue to bring federal money to the state for the projects in which this contractor was involved.
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“I’m not telling you who to vote for, but here’s who you should vote for if you want to keep the gravy flowing”
What is really bad is that he is telling them to vote democrat while getting federal funds!
I think it is time to pass a law if you get State, Federal Funds then you can’t run TV or radio ads for or against candidates!
Neither a moral nor a legal crime for him to say so, either, although doing it on federal property may be a problem. I suspect there's less than meets the eye to this, or to the Harry Reid / casino workers thing.
Hey...what’s the problem.....we let politicians go to all levels of schools to campaign..../sarc (I think all election campaigning, official or unofficial, should be banned if the entity receives ANY GOVERNMENT funds!)
The ONLY part of the economy still cranking at speed is those businesses dependent on Federal contracting. And in Alaska, that is not just big, but HUGE business.
And now you lnwo why Lisa was so “popular”
Just like that “popular” girl you all knew about in HS, the one that ‘dated’ the entire football/basketball/hockey team..... Do you remeber what she was called?
Thanks.....interesting she is acting like a evil dem....wonder when they are going to find a bag of write in votes all for Murky?
Isn’t that basically what I said?
Yes, except I’m including Appearances for speeches, etc. at federal and state funded locations.
Ok I’m for that also!
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