Saturday, June 24, 2006

Political Irony

Posted By on Sat, Jun 24, 2006 at 10:31 AM

The interesting thing about this uproar and its media coverage is that it's probably given Don Goldwater legitimacy as a candidate. I mean, John McCain and Jim Kolbe are talking about this nobody now, which is something they really weren't doing before.

Let's face it: The only thing Don Goldwater has going for him is his last name. At least a candidate like Len Munsil has credibility—Munsil actually done something political before. Yes, what Munsil has done has been vile and hateful, but at least it was something.

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