Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Some Words on Compromise

Chad over at Black Swamp Conservative wrote this last week. It still resonates pretty well this week.

This all ties in to support for TEL if you ask me. Chad takes a look from a micro level, but I think you could use the same argument with the Petro voters who are real busy slamming Blackwell and TEL this week.

3 comments:

Matt Dole said...

I wish we could recognize that the coalition opposing TEL is not just Petro supporters. I was a Petro supporter who supports TEL who supports Blackwell if he decides to seek other solutions. The coalition against TEL is larger that Petro. It is the mainstream media, it is county commissioners, it is township trustees, it is democrats, it is schools, libraries, and colleges, it is community actions and city councils.

This is NOT in the larger sense, Petro Vs. Blackwell. (are the Petro supporters who vocally oppose TEL, yes.) This is not a conspiracy of Petro-lovers to bring down TEL and Blackwell. The sooner we realize that, the sooner can get get on with effective political solutions to win TEL, and the Governor's office.

Matt Hurley said...

That's a fair point, Matt.

Steven J. Kelso Sr. said...

The anti-TEL coalition, besides a few stragglers, includes everyone who believes that they have a God-given right to the fruit of another man's labor.