Terrence Wall believes the US Senate needs some “business sense.”
“We have too many career politicians in Washington,” Wall said.
According to Wall, Russ Feingold has been in Washington too long.
Wall is going to prove his point by sacking all employees of his firm, T. Wall Properties, who have been with the company in excess of ten years.
Sounds ridiculous right?
So is claiming that a Senator isn’t doing his job because he has been doing his job for the last 18 years.
Terrence Wall is proclaiming Sen. Feingold a career politician and crying for his defeat next year. Was it ridiculous that 1,623,562 Wisconsinites voted for Feingold in 2004? Was the affirmation of their Senator some sort of mistake?
It was not a mistake, Mr. Wall. Nor will it be when the voters do so again in 2010.
So Terrence, run on the premise you have the better vision for Wisconsin. Run on the premise you will help us win our wars overseas. Run with an idea to reform our broken health care system.
But don’t run on the premise Russ Feingold has been working too long. If you want to win you will have to turn several thousand supporters of Feingold in 2004 away from their old candidate. Insulting their choice five years ago isn’t going to endear you to them.
Terrence, I know you don’t have any new ideas to rally Wisconsin’s voters. That is why you are running on the tired old GOP line that “the government needs some business sense.”
The business of a US Senator is running the country. Pony up an example of what you will do that better than Russ Feingold.