I dare each one of you to reply to this post, and take a shot at naming the Indian tribe in question in the Reed “scandal…”
I doubt very seriously many of you could do that without researching it first.
My point is this: for those of you who are so convinced that Ralph is going to lose because of the casino situation, you’re all wrong. IF Ralph loses (which he might. I’m not a Reed devotee, BTW. I have friends on both campaigns, and I’m with my friends. I just see alot of passionate, hot headed decisions being made without a consideration of the true implications of what we’re facing.), IF Ralph loses, it will be not because he took casino money, it would be because he can’t make eye contact, take off his tie, or take those atrocious $2,000.00 boots off when he gets outside the perimeter. I know of several people who like Ralph, and planned to support him, until he blew them off in a fit of aloofness, and then his opponent proffered the typical Cagle friendly welcome and smile.
News flash, Reed 2006: running for president you AIN’T.
A final word for you rabid Reed attackers: or, for you Cagle haters. We, as Republicans are in the process of cutting our own Achilles as we viciously divide over a primary. “Caglers,” be ready to back Ralph if he wins the primary. “Reeders,” get ready to work for Casey if he comes out on top. My point is this: minus alot of confusing strategic analysis, the conclusion is this: if we continue splitting and hating the way we are right now, we’ll end up losing both the Governor’s Office and the Lt. Governor’s office.
Consider it carefully.