Thursday, September 27, 2007


Sandy Treadwell on a recent visit to Washington, D.C.:

"I sat in the visitors' gallery a couple of months ago and they were debating an amendment to the homeland security bill . . .The debate was unbelievable. It was contentious. Both parties were shouting at one another. Nothing was getting accomplished. Everything in Washington is so partisan and it's all about who has a political advantage over the other side."

Sandy, don't run for Congress if you really believe this bumpkin-speak. Washington, D.C. isn't for naifs.