"This is a one-issue campaign," said Dornan's son Mark, a veteran of numerous political races. "And Dana's been getting a free ride from the Times and Register. Why can't they just tell the truth? If the Republican faithful knew about the car wreck that is Rohrabacher and his terrorist buddies, heads would roll."
The dailies may not be able to hide the story much longer. Rohrabacher has scheduled a Jan. 30 $1,000-per-plate fund-raiser featuring Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. The event could raise $200,000 to bury Dornan's likely campaign attacks on Rohrabacher's terrorist ties. But a group calling itself Friends of Israel is organizing a protest rally against Rohrabacher from 5 to 7 p.m. in front of the Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach.