Whoever Paul is.
It seems astonishing that, on the same day, both Alaskans in the news would use, essentially, the same rationalization.
Politico said a McCain spokeswoman declined to answer specific questions about the expenditures, saying “the campaign does not comment on strategic decisions regarding how financial resources available to the campaign are spent.”
But a top McCain campaign staff member later told FOX News, “With all of the important issues facing the country right now, its remarkable that we’re spending time talking about pantsuits and blouses. It was always the intent that the clothing go to a charitable purpose after the campaign.”
So, she BORROWED the clothes? And, therefore it’s OK? (I don’t think you can donate the underwear and stockings, though. Health laws.)
Senator Ted Stevens of Alaska, at his trial, meanwhile, offered the excuse for his massage chair of seven years’ gluteal occupancy that it wasn’t a gift, it was a loan.
I guess you call that “Ownership Society.”
Accessorizing while Rome burns.
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