I received my copy of the September issue of “James” magazine last week (I don’t know why I received the September issue in October, but that’s another matter).
Inside this issue was a guest column by Brian Rubenstein. Rubenstein is a:
…former communications director for the Democratic Party of Georgia. He was a political appointee at the U.S. Department of Commerce during the Clinton Administration and also worked in the communications department at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.
In other words, he ain’t a Republican.
Rubenstein will be voting for Governor Perdue and he urges others to do the same:
Now, don’t get me wrong. I don’t support every position Sonny Perdue has ever taken. However, the same could be said of nearly all the elected officials I have ever pulled a lever for. I am also not suggesting I will support every Republican or even any other Republican on the ticket in November. I am saying you should consider supporting Sonny Perdue for governor, regardless of whether you consider yourself a Democrat, a Republican or an Independent.
How many Democrats share Rubenstein’s view of this race?