His girlfriend gafe up her toe! She sought we'd be getting million dollars! Iss not fair!I love this story. I love every single word of it.
Beyond the predictable Democratic carping about perverting the "process," a word which signifies a system wherein the Democratic candidates win, what strikes me is just how seriously this Mr. May is taking his publicity stunt. He is prepping these people for television! He's taking time out to train them in the rudiments of public speaking. In fact, he comes across as having some genuine affection for them, unlike the faceless Donk operatives who all but dismiss the homeless as inhuman. In fact, I suspect that what began very much as a "dirty trick" become something modestly more precisely because it caused Steve May to come into contact with homeless people and learn, as you will, that they are, in fact, people.
Republican party politics obviously don't benefit the homeless. They occasionally benefit rich people. For everyone else, it's more or less a wash. Since precisely the same can be said for Democratic party politics, I believe that the, um, the takeaway from this article is that by recruiting a handful of homeless fellas to run for political office in Arizona, the GOP has become the more effective party of the poor.