Who let the (attack) dogs out?

It is official now, Nathan Sproul has been unleashed. If you receive a letter from Nathan attacking a fellow Republican please consider the source.

Here is some information on who Nathan is.

http://baltimorechronicle.com/070505Miller-Irmus.shtml

http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/04294/398767.stm

http://arizona.typepad.com/blog/2006/07/nathan_sprouls_.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk_eR-Af8pA

Comments

  1. Now, who didn’t suspect that Sproul was behind James and against Pullen from the start. This just makes it so much easier. Basically, if Sproul is for something, I’m against it. And vice versa.

  2. Sonoran Truth Squad says

    Amen brother…

  3. Nathan Sproul says

    I have to say that this is a new low. For the record, all three stories that you cite are false. I appreciate my defenders as well, but I think the explanation below is adequate. So, please refrain from defending me. I don’t want this to get out of hand, which clearly it has the potential to do.

    Here are the facts about the sources you posted.

    Mark Crispin Miller wrote the article for the Baltimore Chronicle. Tucson’s parallel liberal magazine would be the Tucson Weekly. He is a professor of Cultural Studies at NYU. He also wrote a book “Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election.” You guessed it. I get 20 some pages. With the exception of Arianna Huffington and now Sonoran Alliance, just about everyone has dismissed his book as wild-eyed conspiracy theories. Not exactly the type of person a conservative blog should use as a credibility source. His book did influence Robert Kennedy Jr. to write a large article for Rolling Stone magazine. I am currently in the process of having the magazine framed. We get mentioned early and often.

    Speaking of a non-credible source, let’s talk about Blog For Arizona for a moment http://arizona.typepad.com/blog/2006/07/nathan_sprouls_.html. According to them I run the Franklin Charter Schools. They get Ben Franklin charter schools and Franklin Arts Academy mixed up but why should we worry about little details like that. For your information, I don’t run any charter schools. The rest of the story gets some things right. I did make the political contributions they report although those are now out-dated. I did work for Voyager and I did work with the RNC to do voter registration work. There conclusions on every single subject are simply false.

    Finally, the Pittsburgh Gazette story gets into the whole question of whether Nathan Sproul committed voter fraud. These allegations were first made by non other than Ted Kennedy and Terry McAuliffe 3 weeks from a Presidential election that everyone expected to be decided by a very thin margin. They were trying to create a paper trail for contesting a NATIONAL election. Do you have any idea what stunts they were willing to pull to do that? For starters, my wife and I received death threats. Yes death threats. Robert Kennedy Jr. gave out my office phone number on national radio and encouraged his readers to call my office. Needless to say, they didn’t say nice things. Daily Kos plastered it everywhere. They called it the “Smoking Gun.” Moveon.org started holding press conferences in states where we didn’t even work claiming that we did it. I have the web page from a Democrat in Minnesota who infiltrated our operation after hearing the first story about it. He bragged that even though we gave him meticulous rules to follow that he lied to the newspaper reporter and the reporter believed him.

    Three different states investigated the accusations of Kennedy. Two of them, including Arizona, were conducted by Democrat AG’s. the Department of Justice opened an inquiry. ALL and I mean ALL of those investigations were found to be without substance and have been dismissed.

    Those are the facts surrounding the three links you maliciously posted. On the other hand, I have posted the letter that I first wrote to Randy Pullen and later sent to State Committeemen. Unlike the writers of this blog, I put my name on it. Randy Pullen in a public forum claimed that he “helped raise over $2 million for the AZGOP.” I was Executive Director of the AZGOP in 2000. Randy volunteered to be Co-Chair of the Finance Committee, attended two meetings and wrote a check for $1,000. All of those things were helpful. However, he did nothing more. In his email reply to me which I have included with this post, he admits to playing a minor role in the fundraising. He claims he made calls to help. I don’t remember him making any calls and if he did he was remarkeably unsuccessful.

    I would not have written to disagree with him if he had simply said that he helped raise money or that he volunteered to be Co-Chair. That isn’t what he said. He said he “helped raise over $2 million…” By any reasonable understanding, he was claiming to be very involved in raising a significant amount of money. He wasn’t. I pointed that out in a very factual way.

    If someone came to work for me and greatly exaggerated their resume to get the job, they would be fired. By inserting the $2 million figure, he was clearly trying to demonstrate fundraising prowess that he does not have. He has never been successful at raising money, so he wanted to make his accomplishment sound much much better than it really was.

    Below is the correspondence. Frankly, you should all be more than a little ashamed. This is unseemly and irresponsible of you. If you keep this post up, you are now keeping on your website information that you know to be false.

    Dear State Committee Member:

    I believe it is important to share with you an email correspondence I have had with Randy Pullen. This email is one of the many reasons why I can’t support Randy Pullen for AZGOP Chairman. For those of you who don’t know me, I served as Executive Director of the Arizona Republican Party from 1999-2002. I have run my own political consulting company since 2003 and have worked for well over 100 clients in 23 states. My consulting company is 100% Republican. I have had the distinct honor of working on the campaigns of many good Republicans including Trent Franks, Andy Thomas, and Len Munsil.

    I was troubled this morning when I read http://www.espressopundit.com and saw Randy Pullen’s response to a simple question. He was asked why he financially supported Democrat candidates Harry Mitchell and Paul Johnson against two Republican candidates in a partisan race. One race was for State Senate and one was Governor. Instead of admitting that he made a mistake, he used two excuses to minimize the contributions.

    1) He was a lobbyist and that is just the way it is done.

    2) He has raised so much for Republicans that these contributions “pale in comparison.”

    I guess the Republicans who endorsed Janet Napolitano over Len Munsil could have said that their endorsement of Napolitano “pales in comparison” to all the endorsements they have made for Republicans.

    However, the fact that was most troubling to me was his claim that he “helped raise over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP in 2000 as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee. I was Executive Director for the AZGOP in 2000, so I knew from first-hand experience that his claim was demonstrably false. I have attached our email correspondence from today. Randy Pullen’s response is stunning. He admits that he played a very minor role in fundraising in 2000. Yet, in his public response on espressopundit and in many emails that I have seen, he claims that he “helped raise over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP. By that logic, Al Gore helped invent the internet and Janet Napolitano helped cut taxes and secure the border.

    It is true that Randy Pullen volunteered to become Co-Finance Chairman. It is also true that he attended two meetings and wrote a $1,000 check. Beyond that, I don’t know of one dollar that came into the State Party because of Randy Pullen. But, in his public comments he wants people to believe that he was a central figure in raising $2,000,000. He simply didn’t do what he claims.

    I know from working at the Party for three years that you don’t “help” raise money. You either do it or you don’t.

    Randy Pullen doesn’t have a track record of raising money. That is troubling enough. But, what is far more troubling is that Randy Pullen seems willing to mislead the State Committee into believing that he is something that he isn’t. How many more misrepresentations from Randy Pullen are out there?

    The job of State Chairman is too important. Please don’t vote for someone who appears willing to misrepresent himself. As I said in my letter to Randy, if we can’t trust him to shoot straight with us now, how can we trust him to shoot straight with us if he becomes Chairman?

    Nathan Sproul
    Sproul and Associates

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    From: Randy Pullen [mailto:rpullen@wagewatch.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 2:27 PM
    To: Nathan Sproul
    Cc: Greg Patterson
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Wrong!

    Randall Pullen

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    From: Nathan Sproul [mailto:nathan@sproulassociates.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 1:49 PM
    To: Randy Pullen
    Cc: ‘Greg Patterson’
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Randy,

    I think by any reasonable understanding, you just admitted to egregiously misleading the State Committee. Here is exactly what you said in numerous emails and later on Espressopundit.com

    “These contributions pale in comparison to how much I have raised or given to Republican candidates. As Co-chair of the Finance committee for AZGOP in 2000, I helped raise over $2,000,000.”

    You were attempting to explain away the fact that you gave significant financial resources to two partisan Democrats against two Republicans. One excuse you used was that it was a drop in the bucket compared to all the Republican money you have raised.

    Based on your email below, you should have said that you helped raise hundreds of dollars as Co-Finance Chair for the AZGOP. Maybe you could have stretched it and said that you helped raise thousands of dollars. But you didn’t. You said you helped raise over $2 million. You clearly intended for the readers of that statement to believe that, at a minimum, you were a major factor in the Party’s fundraising success. Now, by your own admission, you played a very minor role.

    Ultimately, this is why I haven’t supported you in this election or in the past. I simply don’t trust you to shoot straight. That is unfortunate, but I believe this email demonstrates the point.

    If the State Committee can’t trust you to shoot straight with them now while you are running for Chairman, how can they trust you to shoot straight if you are elected Chairman?

    Nathan Sproul

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    From: Randy Pullen [mailto:rpullen@wagewatch.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 12:08 PM
    To: Nathan Sproul
    Cc: Greg Patterson
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Nathan,

    It is not a misrepresentation. I did not say I raised $2,000,000. I said I was a co-chair and helped. I certainly made quite a few calls on behalf of the party for contributions off lists I was given and invited guests to a number of fundraising events during the cycle, bought tables at Trunk n Tusk events, etc. I did in fact raise money for the AZGOP. I never have said I was chairman or the focal point of the AZGOP fund raising effort. In fact, I told Mike early in 2000 that I did not want to be the chairman because I was President of a non-profit and did not have enough time nor the experience to be chairman of the AZGOP finance committee. I agree, Jordan Rose did a great job towards the end.

    Randall Pullen

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Nathan Sproul [mailto:nathan@sproulassociates.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:14 AM
    To: Randy Pullen
    Cc: ‘Greg Patterson’
    Subject: Misrepresentations

    Randy,

    I have been watching your campaign to become Chairman of the AZGOP. You have repeatedly claimed that you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee for the AZGOP in 2000, so that proves you have the ability to raise the money needed to help the Party keep the lights on, pay salaries, and support our candidates.

    Recently, you conducted an interview with Espressopundit.com where you again reiterated that you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee in 2000 and that you “helped raise over$2,000,000.”

    As you likely recall, I was Executive Director of the AZGOP in 2000. I don’t dispute that for a very short period of time you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee. Also, I don’t dispute that you attended two meetings regarding your position or that you wrote a $1,000 check.

    However, as you and I know, that was the limit of your involvement in fundraising for the AZGOP in 2000.

    It is highly inappropriate, and frankly dishonest, for you to claim that you helped raise “over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP. I was closely involved with all our major donors, why they gave, and who asked them to give. I don’t remember one donation that came into the party coffers because of your efforts. In fact, I distinctly remember the Chairman Mike Minnaugh asking Jordan Rose to take over your position because you were not doing any fundraising. As a result, Jordan helped raise several hundred thousand dollars toward the end of the cycle.

    Because you clearly misrepresented your fundraising prowess, I felt the need to set the record straight. Please refrain from misleading state committeemen about your involvement in raising funds for the AZGOP in 2000. You and I both know that your claims are far from accurate.

    In interest of full disclosure, I am also posting this email on Espressopundit so Greg’s readers can see a different perspective.

    Nathan Sproul

    Sproul & Associates

    80 East Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 814

    Tempe, Arizona 85281

    480-303-7175

    nathan@sproulassociates.com

  4. Nathan Sproul says

    I have to say that this is a new low. For the record, all three stories that you cite are false. I appreciate my defenders as well, but I think the explanation below is adequate. So, please refrain from defending me. I don’t want this to get out of hand, which clearly it has the potential to do.

    Here are the facts about the sources you cite.

    Mark Crispin Miller wrote the article for the Baltimore Chronicle. Tucson’s parallel liberal magazine would be the Tucson Weekly. He is a professor of Cultural Studies at NYU. He also wrote a book “Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election.” You guessed it. I get 20 some pages. With the exception of Arianna Huffington and now Sonoran Alliance, just about everyone has dismissed his book as wild-eyed conspiracy theories. Not exactly the type of person a conservative blog should use as a credibility source. His book did influence Robert Kennedy Jr. to write a large article for Rolling Stone magazine. I am currently in the process of having the magazine framed. We get mentioned early and often.

    Speaking of a non-credible source, let’s talk about Blog For Arizona for a moment http://arizona.typepad.com/blog/2006/07/nathan_sprouls_.html. According to them I run the Franklin Charter Schools. They get Ben Franklin charter schools and Franklin Arts Academy mixed up but why should we worry about little details like that. For your information, I don’t run any charter schools. The rest of the story gets some things right. I did make the political contributions they report although those are now out-dated. I did work for Voyager and I did work with the RNC to do voter registration work. There conclusions on every single subject are simply false.

    Finally, the Pittsburgh Gazette story gets into the whole question of whether Nathan Sproul committed voter fraud. These allegations were first made by non other than Ted Kennedy and Terry McAuliffe 3 weeks from a Presidential election that everyone expected to be decided by a very thin margin. They were trying to create a paper trail for contesting a NATIONAL election. Do you have any idea what stunts they were willing to pull to do that? For starters, my wife and I received death threats. Yes death threats. Robert Kennedy Jr. gave out my office phone number on national radio and encouraged his readers to call my office. Needless to say, they didn’t say nice things. Daily Kos plastered it everywhere. They called it the “Smoking Gun.” Moveon.org started holding press conferences in states where we didn’t even work claiming that we did it. I have the web page from a Democrat in Minnesota who infiltrated our operation after hearing the first story about it. He bragged that even though we gave him meticulous rules to follow that he lied to the newspaper reporter and the reporter believed him.

    Three different states investigated the accusations of Kennedy. Two of them, including Arizona, were conducted by Democrat AG’s. the Department of Justice opened an inquiry. ALL and I mean ALL of those investigations were found to be without substance and have been dismissed.

    Those are the facts surrounding the three links you maliciously posted. On the other hand, I have posted the letter that I first wrote to Randy Pullen and later sent to State Committeemen. Unlike the writers of this blog, I put my name on it. Randy Pullen in a public forum claimed that he “helped raise over $2 million for the AZGOP.” I was Executive Director of the AZGOP in 2000. Randy volunteered to be Co-Chair of the Finance Committee, attended two meetings and wrote a check for $1,000. All of those things were helpful. However, he did nothing more. In his email reply to me which I have included with this post, he admits to playing a minor role in the fundraising. He claims he made calls to help. I don’t remember him making any calls and if he did he was remarkeably unsuccessful.

    I would not have written to disagree with him if he had simply said that he helped raise money or that he volunteered to be Co-Chair. That isn’t what he said. He said he “helped raise over $2 million…” By any reasonable understanding, he was claiming to be very involved in raising a significant amount of money. He wasn’t. I pointed that out in a very factual way.

    If someone came to work for me and greatly exaggerated their resume to get the job, they would be fired. By inserting the $2 million figure, he was clearly trying to demonstrate fundraising prowess that he does not have. He has never been successful at raising money, so he wanted to make his accomplishment sound much much better than it really was.

    Below is the correspondence. Frankly, you should all be more than a little ashamed. This is unseemly and irresponsible of you. If you keep this post up, you are now keeping on your website information that you know to be false.

    Dear State Committee Member:

    I believe it is important to share with you an email correspondence I have had with Randy Pullen. This email is one of the many reasons why I can’t support Randy Pullen for AZGOP Chairman. For those of you who don’t know me, I served as Executive Director of the Arizona Republican Party from 1999-2002. I have run my own political consulting company since 2003 and have worked for well over 100 clients in 23 states. My consulting company is 100% Republican. I have had the distinct honor of working on the campaigns of many good Republicans including Trent Franks, Andy Thomas, and Len Munsil.

    I was troubled this morning when I read http://www.espressopundit.com and saw Randy Pullen’s response to a simple question. He was asked why he financially supported Democrat candidates Harry Mitchell and Paul Johnson against two Republican candidates in a partisan race. One race was for State Senate and one was Governor. Instead of admitting that he made a mistake, he used two excuses to minimize the contributions.

    1) He was a lobbyist and that is just the way it is done.

    2) He has raised so much for Republicans that these contributions “pale in comparison.”

    I guess the Republicans who endorsed Janet Napolitano over Len Munsil could have said that their endorsement of Napolitano “pales in comparison” to all the endorsements they have made for Republicans.

    However, the fact that was most troubling to me was his claim that he “helped raise over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP in 2000 as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee. I was Executive Director for the AZGOP in 2000, so I knew from first-hand experience that his claim was demonstrably false. I have attached our email correspondence from today. Randy Pullen’s response is stunning. He admits that he played a very minor role in fundraising in 2000. Yet, in his public response on espressopundit and in many emails that I have seen, he claims that he “helped raise over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP. By that logic, Al Gore helped invent the internet and Janet Napolitano helped cut taxes and secure the border.

    It is true that Randy Pullen volunteered to become Co-Finance Chairman. It is also true that he attended two meetings and wrote a $1,000 check. Beyond that, I don’t know of one dollar that came into the State Party because of Randy Pullen. But, in his public comments he wants people to believe that he was a central figure in raising $2,000,000. He simply didn’t do what he claims.

    I know from working at the Party for three years that you don’t “help” raise money. You either do it or you don’t.

    Randy Pullen doesn’t have a track record of raising money. That is troubling enough. But, what is far more troubling is that Randy Pullen seems willing to mislead the State Committee into believing that he is something that he isn’t. How many more misrepresentations from Randy Pullen are out there?

    The job of State Chairman is too important. Please don’t vote for someone who appears willing to misrepresent himself. As I said in my letter to Randy, if we can’t trust him to shoot straight with us now, how can we trust him to shoot straight with us if he becomes Chairman?

    Nathan Sproul
    Sproul and Associates

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Randy Pullen [mailto:rpullen@wagewatch.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 2:27 PM
    To: Nathan Sproul
    Cc: Greg Patterson
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Wrong!

    Randall Pullen

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Nathan Sproul [mailto:nathan@sproulassociates.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 1:49 PM
    To: Randy Pullen
    Cc: ‘Greg Patterson’
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Randy,

    I think by any reasonable understanding, you just admitted to egregiously misleading the State Committee. Here is exactly what you said in numerous emails and later on Espressopundit.com

    “These contributions pale in comparison to how much I have raised or given to Republican candidates. As Co-chair of the Finance committee for AZGOP in 2000, I helped raise over $2,000,000.”

    You were attempting to explain away the fact that you gave significant financial resources to two partisan Democrats against two Republicans. One excuse you used was that it was a drop in the bucket compared to all the Republican money you have raised.

    Based on your email below, you should have said that you helped raise hundreds of dollars as Co-Finance Chair for the AZGOP. Maybe you could have stretched it and said that you helped raise thousands of dollars. But you didn’t. You said you helped raise over $2 million. You clearly intended for the readers of that statement to believe that, at a minimum, you were a major factor in the Party’s fundraising success. Now, by your own admission, you played a very minor role.

    Ultimately, this is why I haven’t supported you in this election or in the past. I simply don’t trust you to shoot straight. That is unfortunate, but I believe this email demonstrates the point.

    If the State Committee can’t trust you to shoot straight with them now while you are running for Chairman, how can they trust you to shoot straight if you are elected Chairman?

    Nathan Sproul

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Randy Pullen [mailto:rpullen@wagewatch.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 12:08 PM
    To: Nathan Sproul
    Cc: Greg Patterson
    Subject: RE: Misrepresentations

    Nathan,

    It is not a misrepresentation. I did not say I raised $2,000,000. I said I was a co-chair and helped. I certainly made quite a few calls on behalf of the party for contributions off lists I was given and invited guests to a number of fundraising events during the cycle, bought tables at Trunk n Tusk events, etc. I did in fact raise money for the AZGOP. I never have said I was chairman or the focal point of the AZGOP fund raising effort. In fact, I told Mike early in 2000 that I did not want to be the chairman because I was President of a non-profit and did not have enough time nor the experience to be chairman of the AZGOP finance committee. I agree, Jordan Rose did a great job towards the end.

    Randall Pullen

    ——————————————————————————–

    From: Nathan Sproul [mailto:nathan@sproulassociates.com]
    Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:14 AM
    To: Randy Pullen
    Cc: ‘Greg Patterson’
    Subject: Misrepresentations

    Randy,

    I have been watching your campaign to become Chairman of the AZGOP. You have repeatedly claimed that you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee for the AZGOP in 2000, so that proves you have the ability to raise the money needed to help the Party keep the lights on, pay salaries, and support our candidates.

    Recently, you conducted an interview with Espressopundit.com where you again reiterated that you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee in 2000 and that you “helped raise over$2,000,000.”

    As you likely recall, I was Executive Director of the AZGOP in 2000. I don’t dispute that for a very short period of time you served as Co-Chair of the Finance Committee. Also, I don’t dispute that you attended two meetings regarding your position or that you wrote a $1,000 check.

    However, as you and I know, that was the limit of your involvement in fundraising for the AZGOP in 2000.

    It is highly inappropriate, and frankly dishonest, for you to claim that you helped raise “over $2,000,000” for the AZGOP. I was closely involved with all our major donors, why they gave, and who asked them to give. I don’t remember one donation that came into the party coffers because of your efforts. In fact, I distinctly remember the Chairman Mike Minnaugh asking Jordan Rose to take over your position because you were not doing any fundraising. As a result, Jordan helped raise several hundred thousand dollars toward the end of the cycle.

    Because you clearly misrepresented your fundraising prowess, I felt the need to set the record straight. Please refrain from misleading state committeemen about your involvement in raising funds for the AZGOP in 2000. You and I both know that your claims are far from accurate.

    In interest of full disclosure, I am also posting this email on Espressopundit so Greg’s readers can see a different perspective.

    Nathan Sproul

    Sproul & Associates

    80 East Rio Salado Parkway, Suite 814

    Tempe, Arizona 85281

    480-303-7175

    nathan@sproulassociates.com

  5. Grassroots girl says

    I thought Sonoran Alliance was a conservative blog? Why the links to leftist drivel trashing a obviously strong Republican? Nathan Sproul has done such terrible things as be the ED for the Christian Coalition, ED for the State Party, contributed money to Kyl, Franks, Renzi, Flake and Shadegg (horror!), supported the Marriage Amendment, supported Len Munsil… wow, he is scary. (And that means you are against all those things, H@x0r?)

    What in the world has gotten into you guys with SA? So Sproul has personal knowledge about a claim made by Randy Pullen and sends an email to clarify claims made. OK, that is what debate is all about.

    Go ahead, trash this Nathan Sproul guy, try to get some of that mud splashed up on Lisa James… rely on the leftist to stoke the fires of discontent… you guys are so productive… and pathetic.

    DSW, you should be ashamed…. good luck landing a job in politics in AZ now that your Right to Life gig is up… when you allow this kind of trashing, I’ll bet it doesn’t go unnoticed… And Constantine Querard, you’re a class act too… your Clintonesque politics of personal destruction is great for “party unity.” And, you look really sexy when you are packing heat while stuffing envelopes… NOT.

  6. So now Nathan or is it his assistant have taken to posting defenses of him on blogs. Very nice! The bottom line for Nathan is that he is incompetent. I guess if you need signatures then he is your guy, but when it comes to running campaigns – you can’t argue with the facts. Munsil – massacred. Protect Marriage Amendment – Loser. What race has Nathan run and won?

  7. Grassroots Gal sounds unhinged. Throwing verbal tantrums certainly wins points with the rest of us.
    Sproul’s previous credentials with the Christian Coalition and state party are history. He has become arrogant and centered on the big bucks. You might recall Sproul endorsed the liberal, pro-abortion Carolyn Allen in the last election cycle.

  8. Another observer says

    Jason is right. Sproul did hop into bed with liberal Carolyn Allen last cycle. Sounds like a real conservative to me. Or is the right word – whore?

  9. Grassroots girl,

    I see how it works now. One of Lisa’s sock puppets can quote Blog for Arizona when it suits them but when we do it we are linking to leftist drivel. Thanks for clarifying that this is a one-way street.

  10. Nathan Sproul says

    For the record, I don’t know who Grassroots girl is. I have asked any members of my staff if they posted this, and they all have assured me they did not.

    I don’t approve of the tone of that post. I appreciate someone’s attempt at defending me. However, DSW and Constantine Querard did not desrve that tongue-lashing. They are both good people who work hard for Republican values. I don’t always agree with either of them (just like I am sure they don’t always agree with me). That being said, we agree on far more than we disagree, and they don’t deserve anonymous threats on a website.

    Frankly, I would be happy to recommend Shane for just about any position he seeks. I have seen him work extremely hard and often at great sacrifice defending conservative values. Hopefully, this clears up my thoughts on Grassroots Girl’s post.

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