Tuesday, April 7, 2009
I'm starting to become very concerned.
With the entry of Minority Leader DuBose Porter (D-Dublin), near my neck of the woods, I'm a bit concerned about a bloody primary. I have a suggestion: one of the announced candidates drop down & run for Lt. Governor. No one seems to want to run for the post. I've said Michael Thurmond would be the favorite in the primary & the general election if he runs, but he has been silent on that front. Whoever has the lowest numbers as far as fundraising & in the polls against the field of republican candidates by the end of the next legislative session should drop down to Lt. Governor, Secretary of State, or Agriculture Commissioner. We DO NOT NEED A HARD FOUGHT, BRUISING, BLOODY PRIMARY. Let the GOP have the blood & we stay so fresh so clean. What do you think?
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