Frequent election victim and political correctness attorney Kathryn Boockvar, who has signed on for the thankless job of being the Democrats’ token candidate against Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick this November, has declared herself the “voice of the people.”
I guess the people have a frog in their throats, because they strangely never want to elect the perennial also-ran to be their voice anywhere for anything. It’s almost as if the designation exists only in her own mind. Almost.
“This is something I did by reaching out to voters,” Boockvar said. “I’m honored they have responded. This is not about partisan politics. This is about the voters. I see myself as a voice of the people, a voice of reason, a voice of compromise. My heart is totally in it. I could not run if I did not completely believe I could make a difference for the citizens of Pennsylvania.”
“No thanks” is a response, too. It’s the one Boockvar most frequently hears during her failed attempts to run for office.
By the way, the executive director of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is actually named Mook. And, as if that weren’t bad enough, he also wants to be known as “Robby.”
Says Robby Mook…
“This is one of the top districts in the country that we need to get into play.”
We all need a lot of things. I, for instance, need a Porsche. I think we have equal chances of getting what we need, Robby. Sorry your party went down to historic defeat, taking Li’l Pat Murphy down with it, in the census year, giving Republicans majorities at the exact right time to let them gerrymander districts. Sucks for you.