#hayesscandal: The Defendant, a “distraction”?



Once again, somnambulant Jim Morrill has the story wrong:


*Doesn’t want to be a distraction.  How freakin’ thoughtful.*


Also, he’s not Ex.  He’s STILL the chairman.  (He made a dubious, sketchy appointment of an “acting chairman.”)   Apparently,  there are not enough cojones in NCGOP leadership  to kick his indicted butt to the curb.  Nowhere else could an executive keep their job after being slapped with FIVE federal criminal indictments.


If Hayes actually cared about the party, he would have resigned post-haste.


What’s amazing is that the same party that allows him to continue to lurk in the shadows is seriously considering electing a new slate of leaders who will likely lead to the same scandalous and incompetent environment.


2 thoughts on “#hayesscandal: The Defendant, a “distraction”?

  1. Yes; Hayes should resign and all such bribery should be prevented. I have been informed of legislation–written by a lefty Alaskan politician, (regretfully)–that I believe will prevent such bribery in the future. Even though it is written and promoted by a liberal, is the subject not of concern to both sides? Of course it is. This legislation must be done at state level. I know there are “ethics acts” but they are not nearly as powerful as this legislation. Please see Bribestop.us for all the information. I would like any ideas for promoting this.

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