October 18, 2010

DAVID FREDDOSO: Axelrod, the Chamber of Commerce, and glass houses. “This issue came up Friday, when one of the pioneers of undisclosed election spending in the post-McCain-Feingold Era — DNC spokesman Brad Woodhouse — lied to The New York Times about the ads his 501(c)4 ran during the 2008 cycle. On top of that, let me bring up a seemingly forgotten point about one of the main caped crusaders on the issue of undisclosed campaign spending. (If someone else already connected these dots, then I apologize, but I couldn’t find it.) This Newsweek piece from 2008 references a scare campaign that David Axelrod’s firm once ran with undisclosed corporate money, in order to drum up public support for an electricity rate increase.”

The “D” stands for “Desperate.”

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