FL-24: Dubya's backyard newspaper publishes feature on Clint Curtis
This is an amusing little story. The Lone Star Iconoclast, a weekly independent paper in George Bush's hideout of Crawford, Texas, has published an interview with FL-24 candidate Clint Curtis. The article covers Clint's past history with the mesmerizingly corrupt Tom Feeney (R-Abramoff) when they were both associated with Yang Enterprises, Clint's political challenge to Feeney, the Vote Now 2006 parallel election site, and Clint's great progressive stands on other issues. It's a positive article that showcases Clint's integrity and desire for real change in Congress. Please read!
What's especially great is that this appeared practically in Bush's backyard. I won't call Crawford his hometown, as we all know Du(m)bya is no Texan. Considering the man's utter disdain for the principles on which this country was founded, I'm hesitant to even call him an American. And Feeney, you will recall, as Speaker of the Florida House promised to deliver Florida to Bush in the 2000 election debacle.
At any rate, I suspect there's little chance the pResident will read this article. First of all, the word "Iconoclast" will almost certainly confuse and frighten him, as it's at least two syllables longer than his maximum word comprehension. (On the other hand, he'll probably find the "con" part rather appealing.) Second, it's from an indie publisher, and we all know how independence and freedom have a well-known liberal bias. (With all due respect to Stephen Colbert.)