It looks like a campaign bumper sticker for Eric Miller, the unsuccessful GOP gubernatorial candidate from the 2004 Indiana Republican primary. But it's actually just another nonpartisan election briefing Advance America plans to hold in Goshen, Indiana on September 28, 2006. Miller will be on hand, along with six "special guests." And they are: Rep. Matthew Bell (R); Rep. Bill Ruppel (R); Rep. Marlin Stutsman (R); Rep. John Ulmer (R); Rep. Jackie Walorski; and Rep. candidate Jeremy Hiler (R). What do they all have in common? Yes, they're all Republicans.
We caught you again, Eric, abusing your nonprofit status by engaging in partisan politics. It's just like all your events. The candidates are all Republicans, and the discussion is focused on partisan issues and get-out-the-vote efforts for partisan purposes. Is anyone at the IRS watching? Is anyone at the Justice Department watching? Inquiring minds want to know.
And by the way Eric, is this your campaign theme for your 2008 primary rematch against Gov. Mitch Daniels?