Montana Politics

A Very Good Day for the Governor, More of the Same from Senator Brown

Hard to argue with a day that saw the governor outsmart the NRA (okay, that’s not so hard), release another great ad, and announce that he will be speaking at the Democratic National Convention.

I can’t be sure, but I believe Roy Brown was still working on one specific government program he would actually commit to cutting and announcing his decision to appoint a commission to deal with health care. A commission? Once again, bold leadership from Roy Brown—the kind of leadership that drew criticism from his own party.

One of these men is ready to be Governor of Montana. One of them might make a quality bureaucrat in an obscure federal agency with no actual power.

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  • As always, a very thoughtful analysis of Brown’s pathetic campaign. I guess faced with the reality he fas so chance of winning, he decided to not even try.

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