Will Collier sent this story, which is. . . well, you’ll just have to read the whole thing. But here’s a taste:
Last month, a Republican lawyer in Mississippi who previously lived here in Washington, infiltrated a Howard Dean for President “meet-up” in Jackson. He took charge of more than the meeting.
“I’m basically now head of Central Mississippians for Dean,” J. Kevin Broughton tells Inside the Beltway.
The handful of Dean supporters on hand included a political consultant who was state chairman of Al Gore’s 1988 presidential campaign, a retired Army colonel, a local broadcaster and a pair of middle-aged women.
Honest lawyer he is, and feeling a bit guilty, Mr. Broughton decided to come clean.
To find out how a Republican was “crowned chairman of the Dean club” in Mississippi, you’ll have to click over to the Washington Times.