Wednesday, September 08, 2010

If Mike Castle Is SO Good, Why Won't He Debate?

Insurrection has a point.

If Castle is the better candidate, and his positions on things like cap-and-trade and the Disclose Act are defensible, he should defend them in public in the presence of his opponent. If his positions on those issues are not defensible, but his overall record is, he should defend his overall record.

It is not a matter of insisting on ideological purity to demand that a candidate set forth his positions and defend those positions before the voters.

Instead, Castle is being a typical arrogant career-pol...(Feingold, anyone??)

But that's good enough for NRO and the WSJ.

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