Once again, the evidence of wikipedia’s left-wing bias is immediately forthcoming:
On September 3, 1997, Meredith O’Rourke, an employee of Kansas firm Triad Management Services, was deposed by the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs regarding her activities and observations while providing services for the company relative to fund raising and advertising for Brownback. In her deposition, she states that campaign management for Brownback’s campaign had provided Triad with a list of current donors, specifically those who had “maxed out” on the federal contribution limit of $2100. Altogether, the deposition covers 174 pages and describes the manner in which Triad and Brownback circumvented existing campaign finance laws by channeling donations through Triad, and also bypassed the law with Triad running ‘issue ads’ during Brownback’s first campaign for the Senate. The hearings regarding Brownback’s campaign were abruptly halted after O’Rourke’s testimony at the behest of the committee chair, Senator Fred Thompson (R-TN). It is also worthwhile to note that Senator Brownback was also a member of this committee at the time of the depostion.
The only source for this nonsense (apart from O’Rourke’s own self-interested testimony) is a Washington Post article. That’s right, the same Washington Post that employed Woodward, Bernstein, Ben Bradlee, and the other America-haters. Then, they took down one of our greatest Presidents, Richard Nixon, for doing nothing in particular; now, they’re trying to take down our greatest Presidential candidate, Sam Brownback, for the same lack of reason. Nice try, Wikimaniacs!
Luckily, real Americans can now access real information from a more reliable source, Conservapedia. Although their information on Brownback is, currently, somewhat scanty, I’m sure that will quickly be remedied as this campaign carries itself aloft over the heads of its pygmy adversaries. Maybe some of our own readers can take care of that for us, although it seems difficult to create a new Conservapedia account right now.