‘Iowa Values Not for Sale’ Comments on Push Poll Controversy, Releases MormonGate 2008 Web Video
November 28, 2007
Des Moines – Today Iowa Values Not for Sale released a statement regarding the push poll controversy and the use of Romney paid staffers as sources for the information in story and a new webvideo.
Statement from Iowa Values Not for Sale member Larry Boeckmann:
“We are disappointed with the dishonesty shown by the Romney campaign on important issues and now on his campaign’s involvement with the push poll controversy. There is significant evidence that points to Mitt Romney’s consultants being directly involved in the scandal. Regardless, they have now admitted that they did not disclose that the sources for their story were paid Romney employees. Mitt Romney owes the voters of Iowa an apology and is going to learn very soon that Iowa Values are Not for Sale.”
Evidence gathered by several media outlets has subsequently shown a number of additional links between the Romney campaign, its consultants, and Western Wats.
Iowa Values Not for Sale is an internet based organization of Iowa voters who were offended by Mitt Romney’s efforts to buy supporters with direct payments in the leadup to the straw poll.
The group also released a new web video entitled “MormonGate 2008”.
Please click to watch the MormonGate 2008 Webvideo.
Please visit http://iavaluesnotforsale.blogspot.com/ for more information.