Skip to comments.Second ethics complaint to be filed against Wasserman Schultz over DNC ad
Posted on 09/21/2011 10:10:42 PM PDT by Nachum
The Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) will submit a new ethics complaint against Democratic National Committee Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, The Daily Caller has learned. The complaint, which will be filed on Thursday with the Office of Congressional Ethics, takes issue with DNC ads that appear to violate House rules. Thursdays complaint will be the second the RNLA has leveled at Wasserman Schultz. (Snip) The letter that will be sent Thursday doubles down on the original complaint, targeting newly-released Spanish-language ads in Tampa, Denver, Miami and Las Vegas. The ads proclaim in Spanish: In the face of
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What rule was violated (doesn’t seem clear from article)?
Using video from floor proceedings in campaign/political commercials I believe.
Didn’t you ETHICS no longer apply to Democrats?
Just ask almost anyone in today’s Mainstream media about that.
FTA: House ethics rules prohibit members of Congress from using footage of official House proceedings for political purpos
The letter that will be sent Thursday doubles down on the original complaint, targeting newly-released Spanish-language ads in Tampa, Denver, Miami and Las Vegas. The ads proclaim in Spanish: In the face of Republicans, the President cant do it alone. Read the plan. Stand together for more jobs.
I wonder why NOT A SINGLE SOUTH FLORIDA TV STATION HAS REPORTED ON HUSSEIN'S POODLE'S PROBLEMS.
Oh, wait, I know: they are liberals.
Two? Double Downer man.
Here baby, have some mayonaise it will clam you down.
What gives you the idea that ethics ever did?
Take her to the Vet and get a muzzle for the bitch.
Did you see DWS’s latest clip..that the “Dem Party is the natural home of the Jewish people..”
I did. She is a never ending font of non-stop amusement.
Can’t get enough of Deeeebbieee Downer :)
Thanks for the ping.
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