October 27, 2006

Open Note to Commenter

Filed under: Taxes & Government — Tom @ 8:00 am

The comment I’m referring to included this on my opinion on how absentee voting should only be available to those who will, y’know, be absent on Election Day:

And even the example of Ford is weak — lacking the “temperment” of a congressman?

If “temperament” isn’t important, why is Harold Ford Jr. talking about that very word in his attempt to recover lost ground?

When it comes to making the case that you should wait until Election Day to vote if at all possible, Harold Ford Jr. is the gift that keeps on giving. With each passing day, more early Ford voters in the Volunteer State have to be saying “I wish I could get that ballot back.”

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