Dear Mr. Stein, Spectator Boys and Girls,
I saw your very nice piece on “Dinner with the Bushes” but it had me laughing in the first paragraph.
“…the chief of staff, and Michael Steele, lieutenant governor of Maryland, who just lost an agonizingly close race to now Senator-elect Cardin.”
Since when is losing by a solid 10 points considered “agonizingly close” in politics or any contest?
But, hey. If you need to mislead in order to pump the man’s ego, I understand. It’s sort of like the misleading sample ballots he felt he had to use on Election Day where he and his Governor claimed to have support from high-profile Democrats that they never had.
That was shameful. Your piece is just inaccurate.p>Merry Christmas and Best Wishes, br> — David Paulson