The Philadelphia Inquirer thinks Attorney General Tom Corbett has acted slowly in response to nonprofit exploitation.
If Corbett had acted sooner, perhaps there would be a little more left of the Citizens Alliance carcass. Going forward, he should take a look at any other nonprofits that have ties to elected officials. The same goes for the several charter schools connected to elected officials. Such ties, at the very least, create the appearance of a conflict of interest.
Breaking news: Corbett always acts slow, just take a look at Bonusgate. Corbett clearly has his own agenda and timetable, so this should come as no surprise.
Can you imagine how slowly investigations will go when Corbett officially starts campaigning for governor? Think molasses...