Is Democratic Congresswoman using House Web site to campaign for Hillary?

It sure is odd that outspoken Hillary surrogate, Democratic Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D-OH) – the person who launched a racist attack on Obama today – has a picture of herself and Hillary on her House congressional office Web site home page. The picture is from an event a year ago. Yet it still remains on Tubbs Jones’ House home page as news 12 months later. Perhaps Tubbs Jone’s staff is so incompetent that they haven’t changed their home page in a year so that it just happens to be promoting Hillary one week before the crucial do-or-die primary in Tubbs Jones’ own state, Ohio. Perhaps.

You decide. (Note, it would be a violation of House rules for Tubbs Jones to use her congressional Web site to campaign for anyone.)

Tubbs Jones’ House Web site home page today:

The event took place on March 7, 2007 – almost one year ago to the date:


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