Thursday, March 8, 2007

Stan Pulliam: A Loser

Positive issue discussion? Politics of personal destruction? Uniting the conservative movement? Following his flight, I assumed Stan Pulliam observed the surroundings. I assumed when he did not view relentless Nike advertising and NBA players being arrested, he realized this was not O-re-gon. This was Kentucky.

Politics is no pink tea. Politics is conflict. Pansies and ideologues should abstain. Politics greatest candidates and operatives were smart and hungry. They had no feelings. They won, they lost, they continued fighting. They were not Molly Coddles. Principles did not blind them.

The inevitable question… Do I support Governor Fletcher, Billy Harper, or Anne Northup? They are all jackasses. Governor Fletcher is unethical and spineless. Anne Northup is an ambiguous career politician. Obviously, Billy Harper is politically incompetent.

Despite Harper’s business success, I must question his acumen. Harper should fire Pulliam. Pulliam must have sold himself as Lee Atwater, Karl Rove, and Dick Wadhams. Pulliam is a wannabe. His candidate has thirteen percent. Pulliam’s optimism does not advance the public discourse. Pulliam’s optimism impedes winning.

3 comments:

MUCKRAKER said...

It's alright to edit and proofread, but always be careful when you do it. I'm not perfect, and neither are you.

Following his flight, I assumed Stan Pulliam observed the surroundings. [This means YOU followed his flight, since the subject of the sentence is modified by a dependent clause at its beginning. – Right?] I assumed when he did not view [How do you know he didn’t?] relentless Nike advertising [People are relentless, not advertising, which is inanimate.] and NBA players being arrested, he realized this was [is] not O-re-gon. This was [is] Kentucky.

Politics is no [not] pink tea. Politics is [involves] conflict. Pansies and ideologues should abstain. [Ideologues thrive on conflict, so why should they abstain?] Politics[’] greatest candidates and operatives were smart and hungry. [Actually, politics do not own things but are owned by people.] They had no feelings. [Then how did they know they were smart and hungry?] They won, they lost, they continued fighting. They were not Molly Coddles. [Mollycoddle is one word.] Principles did not blind them.
Yesterday, Anne Northup released her education policy. The document was ridiculed [riddled?] with grammatical errors and spelling inaccuracies. [If ridiculed, by whom?]

Jim Clark

Steve Manning said...

So who the hell are you going to support in the fall? If not the Republican candidate,I guess you will either stay on the sidelines or support the Democrat!

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry, what have you ever done? You blog. Wow. Could you in fact be the wannabe? I mean you blog. Those who can't, well they blog. So being the king of those who can't is not a bad gig I suppose.

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