It totally sucks that I am going to be out of town for Old Newbold's return to the public stage.
I just know the lap dog press is going to be chowing down on Castle's BS like Kirstie Alley at an Old Country Buffet
after a week of eating nothing but cottage cheese and pineapples. [Even now Celia Cohen is standing in front of a mirror somewhere holding blouse after blouse up to her neck thinking, "hmmm, no...too pink. hmmm...no, too provocative. hmmm....no, too blue...hmmm...this green one...yes, Michael likes green." ]
At least Mike Mathews
will be on hand to keep them a little honest. Anyway now that he is walking here are some of the things I'd like to get Castle's response to:
- Are you well enough to reschedule any of the forums or debates with Dennis Spivack that you've canceled? What if Spivack agreed to sit on stage in a wheel chair similar to yours?
- Chemical companies made large contributions to your campaign and in turn you worked to get them tariff subsidy relief. Did you work out the size and timing of those contributions in advance?
- Being a supporter of the occupation of Iraq puts you at odds with most Delawareans. Since we have only one at-large rep in Congress, do you think that Delaware's representative should represent the views of the people of Delaware? And finally these are the questions that I've been trying to get answered for 6 months:
- Do you still think George Bush is doing a great job?
- Knowing what we now know about George Bush, do you regret chairing his election and re-election campaigns here in Delaware?UPDATE:
Jim Vaughn's wife Sylvia explains Vaughn's approach to his race by ringing the truth bell. "he (Vaughn), like Congressman Mike Castle, is depending on his reputation to retain his legislative seat.” h/t - FSP
If only Jane Castle or Elizabeth Wenk could be so honest. Anyway, I don't know about you but I'm glad Castle is running on his reputation. Carrying water for George Bush for six years has left him with quite a reputation indeed.