I just returned from a two-hour televised debate with all three Republican candidates, followed by the monthly dinner meeting of the Republicans in one of the more rural of the 15 counties in my District.
These are salt of the Earth people. These are hard-working, practical people. These are people you can trust with your life -- and many Americans do exactly that, since young men and women in this area are more likely than elsewhere to join the US military and serve well wherever they are sent.
I am ashamed of the Clintons, both of them. But then, so are most of the people in my District, including the Republicans, most of the independents, and some of the Democrats. Please do not tar us with the Clinton brush.
“I am seeking to represent the 11th District of North Carolina in Congress, and knock Heath Shuler, the accidental Democrat incumbent, out of office.
I just returned from a two-hour televised debate with all three Republican candidates, followed by the monthly dinner meeting of the Republicans in one of the more rural of the 15 counties in my District.”
If I lived in your District, I’d vote for you. If I was a Dimocrat, I guess I could vote for you anyway, but I’m not so I can’t.
Now, really, I would never have known that Arkansas (and the sorts of things that emmanate therefrom) was on the opposite side of the galaxy of Appalachia. I want to thank the whole clan who chimed in here for the enlightening feedback.
Hey, I happen to really like bluegrass music.