Yeah, 'cause that was the reason she dropped out...And she didn't "run" for Senate. She asked to be anointed. I have no problem with someone who hasn't been in public office being a Senator. Good ideas are good ideas. But that person should "run" for the office, put herself out there for the public to judge. These "appointment Senators" are supposed to be a place-holder until an election, and a person with a career in service to the government is a far better selection. And that's before the non-voting, illegal-nanny-hiring and philandering. Just writing that sentence I realized I have missed the Kennedys!
With a staff of 0, it's easy to keep track of ONE of those things.
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