Monday, February 21, 2005
Smilin' Norm: Very clearly supporting a distinction without a difference
GOP Eyes Social Security As Campaign Plan
Coleman said he was attacked during his 2002 campaign for favoring privatization. "I countered it by being very clear that I supported personal accounts and opposed privatization," he said.
Smilin' Norm ran a deeply dishonest and negative campaign in 2002, which he ultimately won when the national conservative media covered the Wellstone memorial in the nastiest possible terms.
Given that Smilin' Norm's definition of personal accounts shares a definition with privatization, one suspects that he is either clinically insane or a hopeless, vapid shill for the President's misguided policies.