Re: Warren raised record funds, ends in debt...following the federal government model?
posted at 12/6/2012 4:23 PM EST
In response to 12-Angry-Men's comment:
In response to massmoderateJoe's comment:
He suspended his campaign mid January and it was paid off by summer, winding down the campaign over 6 months sound pretty efficient. BTW his campaign wasn't sued, you picked up a comment that some where comsidering legal action. Bill Clinton still owes money from 1996, and Hillary from 2008.
Ummm, sorry to burst your bubble but he was sued:
Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe sued Huntsman's campaign last month in D.C. Superior Court. The firm says in the complaint that Huntsman's campaign signed a one-year lease in May to use office space on the ninth floor of the firm's 15th Street NW digs. Cost per month: a cool $8,356.83.
So let me get this straight.
Huntsman takes at least 6 months to pay off his debt, and gets sued in the process, and you call that 'efficient'.
Warren has a debt that is only 1 month old, with no lawsuits, and you start a thread attacking her.
Yep, that sounds right for that double standard you whacko wingnuts always use.
Thanks for the link; their disagreement was settled prior to any court action by Feb 2nd, less than 3 weeks after the campaign was suspended.
BTW it took Obama 15 yrs to pay his parking his tickets to Cambridge because he mistakenly thought it was part of his free ride.