David Sunderland picked the wrong guy to mess with.
The easily-outraged Vermont Republican Party chair tried to manufacture a phony-baloney uproar about an alleged affront to nonpartisanship in the Secretary of State’s office. An affront that, mirabile dictu, had its origin right here in this little ol’ blog.
And in response, he got a quick trip to the Smackdown Hotel courtesy of Secretary of State Jim Condos.
Let’s take this from the top, shall we?
Today, Sunderland sent a letter to Condos about “a concerning display of political bias.” And immediately released it to the media, and posted it on the VTGOP website. Almost as if he was more interested in raising a stink than in resolving the situation.
It has been brought to my attention that in comments on a hyper-partisan, far left blog the state’s Director of Municipal Elections, Campaign Finance, Candidates/Parties, and Party Organization, J.P. Isabelle, makes comments that clearly establish a concerning political bias.
Oooh, “a hyper-partisan, far left blog.” I wonder what he could be talking about.