Nikki Haley says conservative movement now looks like a "Benetton ad" which perfectly captures the hip freshness of 25 years ago
— Andy Richter (@AndyRichter) February 19, 2016
— Justin Miller (@justinjm1) February 19, 2016
Cruz robo-call in SC hitting front-runner for backing removal of Confederate flag: “Trump talks about our flag like it’s a social disease.”
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) February 19, 2016
Before you wave a Confederate flag, think about everyone else who's ever waved that flag. Hey, the metaphor holds up https://t.co/KPe7lepxbo
— Wyeth Ruthven (@wyethwire) February 19, 2016
From the Post & Courier article:
… The call is identified as coming from the Courageous Conservative Political Action Committee, a pro-Cruz supportive group. It does not mean the message came with the knowledge or approval of an individual associated with the Cruz campaign.
Cruz’s camp said it was not behind the call. “This is from someone not affiliated in any way with our campaign, and it is not something we condone” said spokeswoman Alice Stewart…
… The Wall Street Journal reported this week that many supporters of Trump and Cruz still have the flag’s symbolism in mind as a backdrop to the primary fight. At least 16 of the 23 legislators who voted to keep the flag flying say they support Trump or Cruz, a survey by the newspaper found…
The Trump-Haley robocall is one of several campaign tactics deemed questionable by Post and Courier readers, who have been reporting similar activities on the newspaper’s web feature Whisper Campaign. The site is collecting examples of messages delivered to voters by phone, mail, signs, TV and other platforms…
Remember, voters, the Repubs are the ones determined to bring civility back to our nation’s politics.