Monday, March 1, 2010
Tom John and David Brooks Conducts Seminar On "How Not To Rig An Election." And IPSE Introduces the "Toxic Effect" Syndrome
We do believe this is a legitimate concept not unlike the "halo effect " (when one candidate's appeal spills over to his/her collegues). We believe that if this continues, GOP foot-soldiers will become more discouraged, Democrats more energized and Independents inching away from legitimate GOP candidates as a result. Personally we think it's past time We think it's past time for the adults to take step in and take these testosterone hyped-up frat boys out to the wood shed.
As we watch these two we can't help but feel like we're watching a political form of midieval torture - excruciating for the helpless participants and just as painful to casual observers.
UPDATE: From the political twilight zone comes this little gem from Chairman Tom John. We can't make this stuff up. Keep this in mind as you ponder tonight's vote: This is the man who as Marion County GOP Chairman failed in his attempt to sabotage Mayor Greg Ballard's 50k mayoral campaign. We've heard that politics makes strange bedfellows we're just wondering who's on top.
Please stay tuned as this will soon be followed by brief remarks on marriage fidelity by Tiger Woods.
UP: ETRY $110; TCUR $120; JLAY $120; OGPL $140
DOWN: TOJO $10; DBRK $10, GBAL $125; CMAY $100; MMAS $120