Replies to a couple of your posts.
1. Howard is the real back-stabber. He has publicly stated that "God has anointed him for this seat and that it's his turn." He has been approached by several conservative leaders in the County to denounce nasty lies against his "friend" Morrow - who mentored Howard years ago and helped him win his first term in the Assembly - Howard refused to denounce the lies because it was found that he was the perpetrator and distributor of many of them. If he's "anointed by God" he wouldn't have to use dirty campaign tactics to try to win.
2. I certainly never intended to insult you. Sorry for that. That is not my style nor intent. I just truly want you to know Morrow - the man, the former Marine, the registered Minuteman, the life-long hunter, fisherman, outdoorsman who has stated that if they ever come for his guns, they will have to pry them from his "cold dead fingers"; the man to whom the NRA and CRPA go to for floor drills to defeat looney gun control legislation and whom the CRPA has strongly endorsed... Kaloogian's brief elected stint in the state legislature was not distinguished as he was marginalized for being too controversial to get anything constructive done.
If Morrow is a member of the Minutemen, that's impressive. The other things you cite in his background (ex-Marine, hunter) are unimportant in terms of choosing a congressman. While it's great that he's a staunch opponent of gun control, frankly there isn't much danger of more federal gun control legislation being enacted in the near-future. Can you tell me if Morrow is articulate on issues other than guns, and if he's willing to slam the Democrats publicly, as most Republican officeholders aren't?
I'd still give Kaloogian points, whatever his faults may be, for speaking out against the Democrats. We need much, much more of that, now. Not every congressman has to be effective in the conventional sense.
Glad our discussion has become more civil.