Ross is off her rocker
Paula Ross Says:
Candidate blogs like Szollosi’s carry the disclaimer of their campaign committees, and are presumably covered by elections rules. More problematic are the unregulated blogs, some of which have recently been revealed as the work
of trained partisan operatives with anonymous ideological agendas. An article in the April edition of The American Prospect (www.prospect.org) offers eye-opening examples of the impact of these internet efforts "conducted through the vast, unmonitored loophole of the Internet."
It’s a long way from the old-fashioned "survey" fundraiser to a slick blog, but whatever the medium, in political communication it’s always good to read between the lines.
I always laugh when the person solely responsible for the partisianship (and the A and B team) in the area thinks that free speech or a different perspective is the result of "trained partisan" operatives. Get real. Everything always happens you you Paula. Even when Democrats disagree you label them Republican. Maybe you are just trying to divert the attention from your illegal activities at the Board of Elections. Got caught with your hand in the cookie jar did you? Watch out for the wacko extremes, which many of the ones in Damage Inc. are a part of.