. . . you aren't getting the news at all. This morning I was watching (ever so briefly) "Fox and Friends" as Brian Kilmeade was interviewing the new Republican candidate who will attempt to take Mark Foley's place in Florida. It was more like a campaign ad. But get this: Foley's name will remain on the ballot and the only way the new candidate can win is if the voters actually elect Foley. If that happens, the new Republican takes his place. How screwed up is that? But I did giggle when Brian asked, "So there is no way that we . . .uh. . . [insert awkward pause] . . . we, the people, can get your name on the ballot?" And Fox News three times yesterday put up a graphic showing the disgraced Foley as a Democrat.
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