Where is Jim

With the political world abuzz with John Kerry’s remarks, you’d think Jim Marshall would have come out by now to condemn Kerry.

He hasn’t.

Let’s start the clock and see how long it takes him to publicly distance himself from John Kerry.


  1. me says:

    Umm … how would you know what he’s said until the news is broadcast?

    I doubt Congressman have much time to blog.

  2. RuralDem says:

    I would go as far as saying Congressman Marshall does not really have to comment on it. It is already widely known that Congressman Marshall is independent.

    The remarks Kerry made were wrong, however unlike Mac Collins, Congressman Marshall doesn’t have to make this race a national issue.

  3. Maurice Atkinson says:

    Uh, Rural, this race is a congressional race (a federal government seat) national issues are the focus on this race….

  4. RuralDem says:

    What does John Kerry have to do with Jim Marshall? Nothing at all. What I meant by national issue is using the “this isn’t about the issues it’s about Nancy Pelosi being speaker!!!” and other mess like that. Focus on the actual issues.

  5. Fogle says:

    We’re wondering why John Barrow hasn’t said anything yet.

    We can only assume that if he stays silent, it could mean he agrees with Kerry and finds mocking our soldiers fighting in Iraq to be an appropriate form of politicking.

    We certainly hope that Barrow has enough integrity to publicly denounce Kerry’s actions.

  6. Fogle says:

    After all, this is the guy Barrow endorsed to be the next President of the United States and one of the leaders of his party.

    Democrats are always so quick to call on Republicans to distance themselves from anyone who acquires even a slightly tarnished reputation.

    So we can’t help but ask why Barrow has yet to denounce the horrible actions of one of his party’s chief leaders?

  7. RuralDem says:

    Did Max Burns and Mac Collins come out against Mark Foley? What about Duke Cunningham?

    Fogle, according to your logic, if they did not then they obviously approve of their actions.

    Twisted, isn’t it?

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