Tanned, Rested and Ready

Randy Kuhl's press secretary Justin Stokes sent the following statement from Randy:
Tonight all of the 29th Congressional District will have Eric Massa and his family in their hearts and prayers. His reoccurrence of cancer is devastating and I wish him a full recovery. I know firsthand that Eric is a fighter and I have full confidence that he will beat cancer once again.

I have received numerous calls and emails today regarding my political future and I truly appreciate all of those who believed in me and supported me during my 28 years of public service. I will address any political decisions in the future but right now it is important for Eric to get the treatment that he needs to recover.
If you can't feel the Kuhlmentum, here's Tom Reed's statement:
I was saddened to hear that Congressman Massa’s health will preclude him from running for re- election. While the Congressman and I disagreed on political issues, I respect his military and public service and wish him the best.

Our campaign continues moving forward with a message of smaller government and resistance to government takeovers of health care and private enterprises. We began this campaign to bring common sense and financial responsibility to Washington and we will continue to November. I have spoken with county Republican chairs and all have pledged continued support for our campaign. We look forward to welcoming a Democratic candidate to the race.


Randy still has a "press secretary"??! This is gonna be one incredibly fascinating political year. But so sad about Eric's illness. Randy's--and Mr. Reed's--statements are classy.

Back to the Dark Ages .......