At the Boone Tea Party's "Conservative Candidates Forum" last night (no commie Dems were invited), the most perceptive question of the night was asked by Dr. Charles Ford, a Boone otolaryngologist (ear, nose & throat doc), who said to no one in particular (though Dan Soucek and Jonathan Jordan were sitting directly in front of him) that as a Christian he was disturbed by some of the campaign mailers he had received (mailed out to benefit primarily the campaigns of Dan Soucek and Jonathan Jordan for State Senate and State House). And how did treating fellow Christians (by which we assume he meant ... gasp! ... Democrats) in such a scummy way square with the devout Christian self-image that all the candidates at the front of the room professed?
Only Congresswoman Virginia Foxx found her voice to answer. It's unfortunate, she said, but such negative attacks work, and because they work, they'll go on, although she never used negative attacks herself, no never.
Meanwhile, both Soucek and Jordan were evidently holding large pats of butter in their mouths that simply would not melt.