U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa (above), the California Republican, is his party’s principal scandalmonger in Congress. Interestingly enough, he’s also the beneficiary of campaign contributions from a certain company currently in the national spotlight.
HERE‘s the story:
Republicans’ new Obamacare attack line hinges on allegations that the contractor in charge of building the disastrous healthcare.gov website landed the gig through sweetheart deals from the Obama administration.
But according to Federal Election Commission records, that company’s PAC gave more to House Republicans than House Democrats during the 2012 cycle — including a $2,000 check for the GOP’s chief scandal investigator, Oversight ...