Proven Prosecutor vs. Proven Politician
Posted by firephillkline on November 10, 2005
Who would you rather have as attorney general? A proven prosector or a proven politician?
Have a look at today’s Johnson County Sun article on Paul Morrison and his decision not to seek the death penalty. Pay particular attention to his resume as a prosecutor. I’m waiting for Kline to spin that his ‘legislative’ experience is worth more than 25 years as a prosecutor or that Morrison’s courtroom record isn’t as impressive as his. Just wait- he’ll try.
By the way, why are Chris Kobach and Eric Carter making the Applby case into a political issue? Do they not have regard for the wishes of Roger Kemp and his family? Way to look like asses, Kobach and Carter. How about reading the paper before opening your politically opportunistic pie holes?
Speaking of both Kobach and Carter, does anyone think they would be as ‘passionate’ about this case if they were not planning to run for higher office next year? Are all ultra-conservatives egomaniacs or what?