Statements about Ethics
The prosecutor who brought the indictment of Texas Gov. Rick Perry "has ties to Obama. He has ties to the Democrats."
Greg Abbott was "charged with overseeing the state cancer research fund. But he let his wealthiest donors take tens of millions of taxpayer dollars without proper oversight. They showered Abbott with gifts and free vacations."
Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein "gave hundreds of thousands of campaign cash to control Crist’s appointments of key state judges."
Says U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster used $293,000 of taxpayer money to send campaign mail.
Jeff Mann has an ethics complaint against him alleging he used county workers for campaign work, which is an indictable offense.
Says attorney general candidate Jon Richards "went so far to say he would only enforce the laws with which he personally agreed."
Fox News is "banned in Canada" because it violates a law that "prevents ‘news’ channels from lying to their viewers."
"Wendy Davis’ legal work is currently under FBI investigation."
"I don't own a single stock or bond … I have no savings accounts."
"There are over 200 documented cases where (Obama) has lied."
Says Stefani Carter "repeatedly used her campaign contributors’ donations to rent margarita machines for our state house office."
The prosecution of state Sen. Don Balfour cost less than $100, excluding prosecutors’ salaries.
For "the past year, I was censored" and muzzled.
Alex Sink "used a taxpayer-funded plane so she could get to a vacation in the Bahamas."
"Rather than prioritize and pass ethics reform measures to restore trust in state government, (Democrats) sat on their hands and did nothing" when they were the majority.
"There’s only one candidate under investigation -- Terry McAuliffe."
Says Terry McAuliffe is "the person who invented the scheme to rent out the Lincoln Bedroom."
Says Matt Bevin has repeatedly failed to pay his taxes.
A judge took the Star Scientific tax case away from Ken Cuccinelli
Says an investigative report concluded Ken Cuccinelli "should have been prosecuted" for disclosure violations, but Virginia's law was too weak.
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