The last time I resorted to a Thesaurus, the words “politician” and “scandal” were still considered synonyms.
By Jeff Ward
In my not-quite-best-selling book, “So You Want to Win a Local Election?,” given the preponderance of evidence, I theorize that whenever anyone announces their intention to run for office, 60 percent of their brain cells immediately make a quantum leap into another dimension, only to return after election day.
But now I’m not so sure about that. Because while I can occasionally get my campaign managing clients to listen to electoral reason, once they’re elected, my keen perception of the obvious quickly becomes unwelcome.
Case in point. Read More