Statement: Joe Ricketts Rejects ‘Ricketts Plan’

May 17, 2012 12:00 AM

Statement: Joe Ricketts Rejects ‘Ricketts Plan’
" (WSCR) According to this report from Politico , Brian Baker, president of the Ending Spending Action Fund, has released the following statement on behalf of Joe Ricketts, who was recently the subject of an attack on President Obama’s connections to Rev. Jeremiah Wright:

Joe Ricketts is a registered independent, a fiscal conservative, and an outspoken critic of the Obama Administration, but he is neither the author nor the funder of the so-called “Ricketts Plan” to defeat Mr. Obama that The New York Times wrote about this morning "

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