Remember last month when the vaunted People’s Pledge obligated Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R-I Got Your $336.99 Right Here) to pony up because, as the hardworking staff noted, “[a]n outfit called Coalition of Americans for Political Equality (CAPE PAC) launched an online advertising campaign supporting Brown”?
Well, CAPE PAC is back in the headlines these days, specifically in this Politico piece:
CAPE PAC raises red flags among Republicans
Capitol Hill Republicans have a brand new super PAC in their corner.
The only problem: None of them want it — or trust it.
The super PAC in question is the Coalition of Americans for Political Equality PAC, a mysterious Washington-based group better known as CAPE PAC whose stated mission is “restoring conservative values in the politicians elected to represent all citizens of the United States of America.”
But as some Republicans see it, there’s a different and more nefarious mission at CAPE PAC: fleecing GOP donors.
The hardworking staff’s question:
Is Scott Brown one of them?