12 comments

  1. hannah says:

    Elections are neither races nor pugilistic contests. We elect executives to manage our public resources and assets so as to insure that the vagaries of man and nature are contained and restrained. If it comes to a fight, then management has failed and sending more fighters in won’t help.
    What we have here is not a people problem; it’s an asset allocation problem.

  2. ZazaPachulia says:

    Too bad you’re not in the Republican primary, General. You shoulda switched parties back when Ox and Deal jumped ship…

  3. Doug Grammer says:

    If he had not tried to make all the other GOP candidates look like they are in favor of leaving the Union, I could like him more. In the mean time, I consider him truth challenged. I like the ad.

  4. Gary Cooper says:

    He’s a good man and this was a good ad. But he is the last of a dying breed and that is a southern Democrat who was born one and will die one.

  5. Groundpounder says:

    Served under the General as an enlisted and later an officer, I find him to be equal, just and straight forward.

    • ByteMe says:

      Equal? Most candidates want to be “unequaled”.

      Not sure what you’re trying to say by “equal”.

  6. ZazaPachulia says:

    I’m pretty sure ol’ groundpounder meant “fair”

    I second what TeflonMaster just posted.

  7. benevolus says:

    I like him too. He would probably make a good governor. I’m not sure why he can’t really seem to connect with voters.

  8. Janet Reno says:

    I might vote for this dude just because of the way he says..”Guvanah”

    Except I remember that to a Dem, job creation means growing government….

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