Mia Love is headed for the Disneyland in the West. Jim Matheson is headed for
the Disneyland in Washington, D.C.
It's being reported elsewhere that Mia's loss may have been helped by
GOP gerrymandering. It turns out that Rob Bishop and Jason Chafetz demanded
special consideration to ensure their re-elections. Those gerrymandering tricks
that helped them may have hurt Mia.See, it's true, just as our
mommies said. Dishonesty does have bad consequences.
One old man wrote:>See, it's true, just as our mommies said.
Dishonesty does have bad consequences.Yes, but to whom?
True Raybies, I guess it depends in some cases. But usually to the person
who's being dishonest normally.I guess Romney's payback
for his dishonesty was a blessing for America, and probably a negative for him.
Even more negative, however, for people like the Koch brothers who reportedly
sank $400 million into his campaign coffers.Unfortunately, the
consequences of dishonesty too often hurt innocent people as well. Think the
workers at Hostess Brands who have had their security demolished by dishonest
greedheads at the top of the company.
Well, one old man, what are your predictions for Harry Reid then? Or Nancy
Pelosi? Or Barrack Obama? You've judged Romney----don't stop there,
we want to know about the others, too, in your view.
Harry Reid: Loved in Nevada - disliked in Utah. Same with Nancy Pelosi and
President Obama.Mia Love: Loved in Juab, Sanpete, and Utah County -
not as well liked in Salt Lake County part of 4th Congressional District.