Say you were going to make a big splash with an op-ed written by your non-partisan Communications Director about your decision to post your schedule online. It seems like you might have a little checklist in mind.
- Write said non-partisan editorial, presumably during office hours, because this is public service, not politicking. —Check
- Find complaisant media source to run largely meaningless, self-serving editorial puff piece.—Check
- Make sure that the schedule is actually updated when the editorial runs. —Doh!
It’s kind of sad, actually. Watching Brad play politics is kind of like watching that poor kid that the Little League coach would always put in right field. It’s kind of nice to see the little guy out there playing, but everyone is terrified that the ball will come anywhere near him.
Nice work, Brad. Your dedication to unparalleled political ineptitude is bright light to Republicans everywhere.
Note: In case they get their act together and actually post a schedule, as of 1:04 a.m. on Monday morning, the last schedule posted was for Thursday, October 4.