Bob Lonsberry thinks Maggie should run to as the real American in the race:
The best service she can offer her country, is to step into the bully pulpit and make the case for Americanism.
Here’s some more:
This isn’t about partisanship, this is about patriotism. And if sending Maggie Brooks to Congress didn’t serve a patriotic end, there would be no reason to do it.
But there is a patriotic rationale. There is a legitimate good. There is a national need.
A vote for Maggie Brooks is a vote for America. And even if the politicians don’t realize that, the people must.
I guess voting for Louise Slaughter is a vote for, what, Canada? Guatemala? Sometimes it appears as if Bob talks in some kind of code originated in the hills around Mt. Morris and passed on via ancient clan rituals of the elusive FUBO tribe.
Bob also gives Maggie some bad political advice, which revolves around selling a vote to Maggie as a vote against a second Pelosi speakership. In a district where Democrats voted for Obama by an 18 point margin in a year when the devil herself was the speaker, one has to assume that Pelosi’s satanic nature wasn’t relevant then, and it won’t be now. Bob needs to pick a different bogeywoman for this district.