You know, in some ways I'm going to miss this miserable ignoramus, once he's gone: Phil Hare's such a marvelous chew toy, and the ones that I had expected to be savaging this season were unexpectedly unsatisfying. Alan Grayson? Too slimy; I wanted to take a shower every time I saw him in the news. Carol Shea-Porter? The room-temperature IQ problem made it kind of unsporting. Okinawa Jack Murtha? Died on me. But Hare (and Russ Carnahan, who I will also kind of miss smacking around) has been reliably bad since he first hove into view.
His latest goof-up? Claiming the endorsement of the Illinois Corn Grower's Association, only to have the ICGA explicitly contradict him in public. Needless to say, the Bobby Schilling campaign - which will not miss Hare in any way, shape or form - was happy to point this out... and to point out that people don't like career politicians for a reason.
The Schilling campaign also has a van, of which they are very pleased:
I mention this because, again, they are very pleased with the van. And with their last campaign ad, which can be seen under the fold.
Moe Lane (crosspost)