“The poisonous partisan attack is an utter betrayal of the chamber’s mission to represent the business community, not just do the bidding of one billionaire running for governor.”
Is this the right way to get around the rules, just by saying you’re not doing what you’re doing – is this the way it works these days?
It’s starting to rain hard, but you’re outside without a brolly – what are you thinking, CalChamber?
[UPDATE: This just in - complaints have just been filed. Consumer Watchdog, for one, is on the case. Who, at CalChamber, let the dogs out? Repeat: What are you thinking, CalChamber? Helloooooo, McFly!]
[REUPDATE II: We've reached endgame. Alls that's left to do is to see how the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) will handle the situation.]
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