You’ve probably heard all about this today, but lookit:
Washington (CNN) — A California-based political consultant who charged the Republican National Committee nearly $2,000 for a night out at Voyeur — a risqué West Hollywood nightclub now at center of the latest controversy surrounding RNC chairman Michael Steele — will return the money to the party, a committee spokesman told CNN Monday.
Erik Brown, president of the Orange County-based Dynamic Marketing, Inc., was re-imbursed in February for $1,946.25 worth of charges at the nightclub, according to the RNC’s latest filing with the Federal Election Commission.
He’s returning the money, but funny how the RNC paid it out in the first place. You know, the party of family values and such and also.