“a very, very positive campaign”

Brent Finnegan -- February 19th, 2007

Today Scott Sayre launched his campaign to unseat Emmett Hanger, whom he says is “a very, very fine man.” Sayre says the campaign will be “very, very positive.”

I wonder if conservative bloggers feel the same way? They’re already trying to make Hanger look like a far-left liberal (a laughable notion to anyone who actually is a far-left liberal)… So it begins.

In related news, Arin Sime recently got the official Libertarian endorsement to run against Hanger (or Sayre, in the unlikely case he gets the nomination).


2 Responses to ““a very, very positive campaign””

  1. finnegan says:

    VCAP had a stop-by-stop account of Sayre’s press tour today. Probably the most comprehensive (if not the most biased) account you’ll find. According to that blog, Sayre wants to “protect Shenandoah values” and “crack down on illegal immigration and gang violence.”

    Sounds like this guy makes Todd Gilbert look moderate.

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