After 11 years as an Infantryman...I'm now a cable guy with an opinion.
Thankfully! After I saw him during his governorship screaming at a single mother trying to put herself through school that it was her own problem and that the government shouldn't help her out with grants (during some type of student rally, I believe) I was utterly turned off. Not that I was ever that turned on, but someone who would treat a constituent like that could never, ever have my respect or vote.
Some headline. Would you say that to him in the ring?Besides rasslin', I bet that while in his 50's he could still move like a SEAL if he had to.I think he has other priorities than going to DC, and getting to yammer about things on Larry King will help sell the book.I think he met important expectations, especially his own and his family's.I thought he might run simply because of the awful trust and respect numbers for Congress that polling has shown. It was a ripe opportunity but one he did not care to pursue.
I'd say it to him in a ring and on the street.
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