Sunday, July 09, 2006

A suggestion for Grothman

Sean Hackbrath of The American Mind makes a good point regarding the recent announcement that Glenn Grothman will take on Herb Kohl in this year's senate race.

With little chance of winning Grothman can say and do things that a more
competitive candidate wouldn't for fear of losing. You can get pretty
creative when you have nothing to lose.

My recommendation to Grothman is that he take a page from my book and expose Kohl for what he is: a do-nothing politician who seems to be playing a role in in running this nation as more of a hobby than out of dedication. The only nice thing I can think to say about Kohl is that he isn't Russ Feingold. Mind you, my definition of nice is pretty loose these days.

We deserve better representation than what Kohl has to offer. Grothman may not have a snowball's chance in hell of giving us that, but he does have the opportunity to expose to voters just how bad it is.

C'mon...what is this...Massachusetts?


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