Scare Tactics Devised at the Republican Party of Pennsylvania
An article, picking up an Associated Press story, has reported a hateful e mail was sent from the offices of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania to 75,000 Jewish voters, warning them of the danger of a second Holocaust if Senator Barack Obama is elected.
Peter Feldman, the same Republican spokesman who provided graphic details to reporters at KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when asked questions regarding the hoaxed attack on Ashley Todd, was quoted as saying, that Senator John McCain " .... rejects politics that degrade our civics.".
Bryan Rudnick, a political consultant, has been identified as the person who wrote the email. He no longer works for Republican Party of Pennsylvania.
Another spokesman for the organization, Michael Barley, states the organization " .... did not authorize that e-mail", a fact disputed by the admitted author, Bryan Rudnick.
From the article:
Political consultant Bryan Rudnick was identified as the person responsible for it. Rudnick, reached Saturday night, confirmed that he no longer works for the party, which employed him a few weeks ago as a consultant to do outreach to Jewish voters.
"I had authorization from party officials" to send the e-mail, Rudnick said, but he declined to say who had signed off on it. "I'm not looking to drag anyone else through the mud, so I'm not naming names right now," he said.
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