by Mike on November 10, 2005

in Politics

John J. Miller at the Corner spells out an argument against George Allen’s run for President that I have heard from multiple sources now. The GOP will have a number of exceptional candidates emerge before the primaries. We can expect arguments for and against all of them. But this isn’t it.

Allowing control of a Senate seat to affect the decision of who will occupy the most powerful position in the world is unwise to put it mildly. I’d call it stuck on stupid. No conservative wants the GOP to lose a seat, but the loss of a Senate seat is a small price to pay when it comes to electing the best possible President. It’s also a small price to pay when it comes to keeping She Who Must Not be Named out of the White House.

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