Today, Al Spain says he’s a Democrat and has a few signs up, including one on his lawn, that might make you think he was the party nominee and Supervisor. But last year he was displaying signs of a different stripe, including this one for Republican Senator Roy McDonald.
Trouble is, today Al want Democrats to think he’s a Democrat for the upcoming primary and his record over the last four years as been one of a card carrying Republican.
Al also forgot to mention on his signs and in his announcement that he is the Republican candidate for Supervisor. So we thought we’d remind Democrats here that Al Spain is the Republican nominee for Supervisor and the only reason he’s trying to pull the wool over the eyes of Democrats is to deny all voters a choice in November.
Democrats don’t let Democrats vote Republican so we thought this gentle reminder to Democrats that a political chameleon is hardly a trustworthy choice to lead their party.
Today, people want candidates who actually stand for something and are willing to defend their vision and beliefs in a truly competitive election. That’s not Al Spain, the on again off again “Democrat” who can’t stand for anything except winning as a political chameleon.
What's that old adage, it it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and talks like a duck, it must be a duck. Quack, Quack!