When desperation strikes, the truth comes out:
GOP House candidate Paul Coble today made the Super Pac formed by one of his opponents, George Holding an issue in the 13th congressional race, claiming that it would allow “massive and possibly unaccountable special interest money” to influence the GOP primary.
I was going to say, "No shit, Sherlock", but that's way too crude to type into a blog post. As far as the accountability, that will have to wait until it's too late for the (Republican) Primary voters to use the information in their decision-making:
Wrenn said however, said there was no coordination, and that Holding has been on the air with TV ads almost continuously since last September.
While, Super PACs have to eventually report their donors, Coble said, the PAC will not be required to disclose the identity of the donors until after the primary when voters will have already made their decision. The PAC would not have to report most of its donors until either July or next January, depending on how it registers for tax purposes, according to Mark Stephens, a Coble strategist.
Note to the N&O: The Internet doesn't magically edit stuff for you, it has to be done the old-fashioned way. Just sayin'.
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