Guilt By Association? (Stones in glass houses, anyone?)






I need ol’ Richard to clarify something for us.

On his Facebook page,  Richard Morgan instructs visitors  to “stop our go along with Obama insurance commissioner.”

O-kay.  Richard — you formed an alliance with Jim Black  (who went to federal prison) and spent four years in that alliance helping to kill GOP legislation and harrass your Republican House colleagues.   You recruited candidates to run against your Republican House colleagues.  (Remember Tom-with-an-H  Tillis?)  You also — in an unprecedented fashion — got kicked out of The Republican Party.

I don’t think Wayne Goodwin or Barack Obama have been to federal prison. I also don’t think either of them has been kicked out of their political party.  So — um — what’s your point? 

I don’t believe Mike Causey  (JULY 17)  has ever cozied up to Jim Black or Barack Obama. ( I don’t believe he’s been to federal prison either.)



1 thought on “Guilt By Association? (Stones in glass houses, anyone?)

  1. Also, IN ADDITION to what you stated above, one of the reasons why I’d even vote for Democrat Goodwin instead of “Republican” Richard Morgan is that Goodwin has been fighting against Obamacare, not for it! No surprise, but Morgan is lying about that — but we shouldn’t be surprised by Richard’s lies. The truth is that Goodwin has been fighting against federal intervention on insurance all along, and demanding state regulation (if there’s going to be any) and state sovereignty. I respect that position greatly, no matter the party. So even though he is a Democrat, I’m going to vote for Goodwin over Richard Morgan no matter what, if that’s my choice in November. … it also helps that my friend Repub Congressman Barry Goldwater has endorsed the democrat party’s Wayne goodwin for insurance commissioner over both Morgan and Mike causey. Please join me and others in defeating Richard Morrrgan in the runoff, so Mike Causey is our nominee.

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