Wednesday | October 23, 2002
Ha ha! Taylor to campaign for "decency"
I'm glad MT's Mike Taylor dropped out of the race. Except that now he's back. Not to win (didn't you hear? Had it not been for the "hairdresser" ad, he would be up 96-4 in the polls!), but to campaign for "decency":
As I left, my heart was on the verge of breaking, to see the great work of democracy reduced to the slime, lies, and misrepresentations.To be clear: Taylor talks about "slime, lies, and misrepresentations". While I didn't agree with the hairdresser ad, it had nothing to do with "lies" or "misrepresentation". The charges in the ad were true, and the imagery used was shot and produced by Taylor himself. But he prayed, God talked to him, yadda yadda, and now he's going to campaign for "decency".
He can start by giving Georgia's Chambliss a call.