"Bring. It. On."

It's fourth and goal with no time remaining and the franchise on the line, so I'll play this guy as a linebacker and kiss his ass in gratitude, but I'm not going to love him in the morning. Global warming and cap and trade belong entirely on the other side of the fence. And who knows what else. Do you? I don't.
I sent my money. May your friends dynamite get lit, but this is not a conservative national figure.

Posted by james wilson at January 18, 2010 10:15 AM

You're right; he's really an old-fashioned liberal--like they used to have 60 years ago.

But I'll take it!

Posted by ahem at January 18, 2010 10:20 AM

You never get to vote for the perfect candidate, only the best of available options, or if you're a cynic, the least worst of options.

I hope this past presidential election was a reminder of this ancient law.

Posted by phil g at January 18, 2010 1:12 PM

"If it's *not* close they can't cheat"--you mean, don't you?

[Begora, JB that is what I mean. Thank you.]

Posted by jbb at January 18, 2010 1:40 PM

Yeah I always say if you have a void big enough eventually something will come along and fill it. We've needed true leadership for it seems eons. Is Brown the one? Don't know. But it is fun to watch.

Thanks for the great coverage.

Posted by John at January 19, 2010 10:05 AM