Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Liberal Larry Grant Wants To Lose Again

While Congressman Bill Sali is continuing to stand up to Pelosi (helped by God, who's sending the right messages by punishing the "people" of San Francisco), the loser of the last election, "Liberal Larry" Grant, is planning to try to run against Rep. Sali again. Here's what it says in "The Hill":

"While a number of factors will play into his decision, it mostly boils down to weighing his odds. Put simply: If he thinks he can win, he’s likely to run. And winning in a presidential election year will not be easy.
“We’re from a very red state, so a guy would like to have a chance of winning,” Grant said. “That depends on a lot of things, like how well the Democrats do in Congress. [House Speaker] Nancy [Pelosi] (D-Calif.) and crew seem to be doing pretty well right now.
“It’ll also depend, more importantly, on Mr. Sali and his record.”
Indeed, despite his vacationing, Grant has detailed knowledge of Sali’s votes thus far, noting that Sali has “voted against everything except ethics reform and the resolution honoring the Boise State Broncos” football team, which won college football’s Fiesta Bowl."

Well, he's going to lose, so he shouldn't even plan on running. When the people of Idaho see that Rep. Sali was on the other side of Pelosi on almost every contested vote, they won't care that his side didn't win any of those votes -- we just want someone to send a message. And Congressman Bill Sali is just the man to do it!

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