Monday, August 11, 2008

Disqualified for Exercising the Right to Petition

Paul Mirengoff at Powerline writes favorably regarding speculation that former Michigan governor John Engler could get consideration as John McCain's vice-presidential candidate.

Whatever Mr. Engler's strengths, it will not happen. While Mr. Mirengoff suggests that the former governor's present position as head of the National Association of Manufacturers "might be a plus," in the current political environment being recognized as the head of a lobbying organization almost certainly and unfortunately would be considered as disqualifying.


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