Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The First Question Any Voter Should Ask

JMBell discovers electoral wisdom in the pages of the Trib public forum:

The first question any voter should ask of a candidate who knocks on their door and asks for their vote is: “What are you going to do about getting a meaningful, enforceable ethics law passed - one with teeth?” If they so much as stutter, vote for someone else.

1 comment:

  1. I couldn't agree more!

    I do find one of the Utah Republican ad's interesting. On the radio this morning I heard one that starts by saying, "Utah Democrats are saying that members of the senate are acting unethically, but Utah was recently named the best managed state in the Country." I probably butchered that quote, and there is some reference to a single donation funding the entire party by one shady character.

    I would submit that the mafia is exceptionally well managed as well - that doesn't mean it's ethical though!!