Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Average Joe

CarraroFormer state Sen. Joe Carraro, who didn't seek re-election last year and lost a Congressional race in the GOP primary, is coming back to the public eye. He's going to have his own radio show, called "Average Joe."

After all those years as a State Senator and with my experiences both nationally and internationally in the fields of finance and energy, I have the background and voice to know what questions to ask, what problems to address and certainly what solutions are needed for our country to survive and prosper. Now is the time to have someone who's been there, done that, and has the T-shirt to prove it and make sense out of what is happening to our country.


I dunno. Joe's been called many things, but "average" isn't one of them.

The show airs 1 p.m. Saturday on KIVA, 1550 AM.

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In other news, I usually don't cover politics from other states, but this email (which included the photo you see here) caught my eye this morning:


Kristin Davis, the Manhattan Madam who supplied escorts for Eliot Spitzer while he was both Attorney General and Governor says she will jump into the race herself if Spitzer decides on a come-back run for public office.


There's a link to Ms. Davis' blog. CLICK HERE

1 comment:

  1. She should be grateful she didn't end up like Deborah Jeane Palfrey, who committed suicide after being convicted of racketeering in connection with the David Vitter scandal. Vitter wasn't even censured by his colleagues and is still a senator and unrepentant.

    Spitzer repented and resigned.

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