The Federal Election Commission says former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards’ 2008 presidential campaign should repay the treasury $2.3 million.
The commission on Thursday decided to order the repayment. Federal auditors said all but about $200,000 of the total came from federal matching funds the Edwards campaign received.
The campaign got nearly $13 million in matching funds. Edwards dropped out of the race Jan. 30, 2008. Federal auditors said the campaign understated its cash and overstated its expenses.
YES, THERE ARE TWO AMERICAS: AN UNJUST ONE WHERE ASSH*LES LIKE EDWARDS THINK THEY CAN GET AWAY WITH ANYTHING - AND OFTEN DO.
AND THE JUST ONE WHERE THEY DON'T.
WELCOME TO THE JUST WORLD, JOHN.
TO THINK THIS GUY NEARLY BECAME PRESIDENT OR VICE PRESIDENT. SHEESH.