August 19, 2010

Feingold brings the ruckus

Darrow: What do you think?
Bryan: I do not think about things I don't think about.
Darrow: Do you think about things you do think about?
Bryan: Well, sometimes. [Laughter in the courtyard]
"[Ron Johnson] is a 55-year-old man. He's a person who has been out in the community, according to his own account. The fact that he's never given any serious thought to the Constitution, to the right to bear arms — any 8-year-old in the State has a position on the right to bear arms. The fact that he just flips off irresponsible comments about the science of climate change suggests that it's not that he's a new candidate, it appears he hasn't thought about issues that most people who want to either be in the private sector or public sector feel they have a social responsibility to have some understanding of. He wants to go to the U.S. Senate without having thought about apparently anything." — United States Senator Russ Feingold

That's the spirit. Hit 'em where it hits.

Johnson's latest press secretary's response is to call Russ Feingold a "career politician," in spite of Ron Johnson's cavorting with Mitch McConnell, a quarter-of-a-century-tenured leader in the U.S. Senate.

See also: Career politician endorses other career politician

That "criticism" is pretty much a wash, don't ya think?

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