Dear Daily Caller Boys….

Dear Gentlemen of the Daily Caller,

On October 10, 2014, Alex Pappas, posted an article stating that, “Palin Donates Only 5 Percent Of PAC Contributions To Candidates.” On August 2, 2013, Ben Jacobs posted an article stating that, “Palin’s political action committee spends more than it makes.” Notwithstanding the Goldilocks Principle you’ve applied to SarahPAC, I noticed that at the end of Mr. Pappas’ article he stated that ” The Daily Caller attempted to reach SarahPAC’s treasurer,” and I assume they did not hear back from Mr. Crawford.

Since the Daily Caller makes it a hobby of checking the books of a relatively petite political action committee, and since I consider the employees of SarahPac to be friends of mine, well, I thought I’d help some friends out and inform the gentlemen of the Daily Caller the results of SarahPac’s “too many expenditures,” “too little expenditures” from this 2014 election cycle*:

Joni Ernst, Senator-elect, Iowa

Tim Scott, Senator-elect, South Carolina

Pat Roberts, Senator-elect, Kansas

Ben Sasse, Senator-elect, Nebraska

Elise Stfanik, Congresswoman-elect, New York’s 21st Congressional District

Dave Brat, Congressman-elect, Virginia’s 7th Congressional District

Tom Emmer, Congressman-elect, Minnesota’s 6th ­Congressional District

Barry Loudermilk, Congressman-elect, Georgia’s 11th Congressional District

Jason Smith, Congressman, Missouri’s 8th Congressional District.

Doug Ducey, Governor-elect, Arizona

Greg Abbott, Governor-elect, Texas

Pete Ricketts, Governor-elect, Nebraska

Niki Haley, Governor, South Carolina

Cory Gardner, Governor-elect, Colorado

Leslie Rutledge, Attorney General-elect, Arkansas

Adam Laxalt, Attorney General-elect, Nevada

Ken Paxton, Attorney General-elect, Texas

Mark Brnovich, Attorney General-elect, Arizona

*results in AK races pending

As Goldilocks would say, “That is just right.” I wager that if you were to query the contributors to SarahPac, they’d echo Goldilocks. I look forward to your next investigation of SarahPac’s finances. I predict you’ll find what many PACs do not have: A winning streak.


A SarahPac donor




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