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Today at the Missouri Ethics Commission there was an interesting little tidbit in one of the reports:

CONTRIBUTION OF MORE THAN $5,000.00 RECEIVED BY ANY COMMITTEE FROM ANY SINGLE DONOR – TO BE FILED WITHIN 48 HOURS OF RECEIVING THE CONTRIBUTION

C000953 MO REPUBLICAN PARTY [pdf] 10/29/2010

House Republican Campaign Committee

Jefferson City, MO

10/28/2010

$100,000.00

[emphasis added]

Yeah, that Missouri HRCC.

Robo calls accuse candidate of porn ties

Posted: 10.28.2010 at 11:49 AM Updated: 10.29.2010 at 9:30 AM

….The message says it’s paid for by the House Republican Campaign Committee, Inc. That is not the Missouri Republican Party. I called the campaign committee and left messages, and didn’t hear anything back. KHQA did get a statement from the Missouri Republican Party. It says it did not authorize, approve, or pay for this campaign activity….

[emphasis added]

Really?

Yeah, that $100,000.00 went the other way on the same day. As if they don’t know each other? With that kind of money moving around they all must be good friends, eh?

“Guy’s a clod. Promises were made, gifts exchanged…”

Our useless old media. Look! Over there, another shiny bauble!

Previously:

HRCC robocall in the 121st Legislative District: desperation and homophobia (October 27, 2010)

The Missouri HRCC steps in it with homophobic robocalls (October 28, 2010)

Tilley (r) on HRCC robocalls: Uh, that didn’t go very well, did it? (October 28, 2010)

Tilley (r) on HRCC robocalls: “But, but, the Democrats are mean to us…” (October 29, 2010)

Tilley (r), the HRCC robocalls, and the media: “…testing, testing, testing, is this thing on?” (October 29, 2010)

Warrensburg Daily Star-Journal Headline: “GOP robocall attacks Cole’s ‘family values'” (October 29, 2010)