In a world in which conspiracy theorist and constitutional scholar Derek Skees considers himself a legitimate option for Auditor, it only makes sense that Brad Johnson would regard himself as a viable candidate for statewide office once more.
KXLH’s Marnee Banks is reporting that Johnson will soon announce his plans for the 2012 election season, with a run for Secretary of State the most likely option:
It’s hard to imagine what qualifications Johnson imagines he possesses. While his rebel sentiments may play well with the TEA Party crowd, Johnson is regarded with contempt by many Republicans as little more than an opportunist. While he has experience as Secretary of State, he mismanaged the 2006 election so badly that his former job can hardly be regarded as a qualification. And while he has the drive to keep running for government jobs, he needs to designate someone else to take the wheel when he does it.
Just how many clowns can the GOP fit in its candidate car?