Hypocrisy: It's what's for dinner:
The requirement to itemize credit card charges was one of many changes included in legislation to reform campaign finance law that passed the legislature in 2006. Legislative records list Moore among the sponsors of the bill. Records also show Moore voted multiple times to pass the bill. Despite that, Moore’s campaign had never itemized its credit card charges prior to the 2015 audit, according to campaign finance reports filed with the board of elections.
“I disagree with your assessment entirely,” Moore said. “Everything on my campaign finance reports are documented fully. That’s a very unfair question and statement you just made.” When a reporter pointed out to Moore that his campaign had recently amended five years of finance reports, he disputed that. “You are wrong. I mean, my campaign records have been filed the same way over the years."
Translated: "I know exactly what you're talking about, but one of the reasons I have a staff, which includes a Treasurer, is so they can provide cover for me with the BoE, the Ethics Commission, or any other group you think is going to cause me trouble." Before that picture above encourages you to throw on something nice and head out the door, check out some of these charges: