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So the DCCC Is Effectively Endorsing the Tea Party Movement, Huh?

I had to shrink it down a bit to get it to fit on the page, but I think you can see the disclosure information on this mailer that appears to tout little-known “Tea Party” candidate Roly Arrojo in Florida’s 25th congressional district: “Paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. . . . Not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.”

 

All right, Democrats. You want to play this way? We can play this way.

You thought American Crossroads and those groups were a pain this year? Wait until they do everything they can to promote Green Party candidates in key races in 2012. Let a thousand Ralph Naders bloom.

UPDATE: A couple of folks asked to see the other side of the mailer:

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