icon_brass_balls.jpgKaren Handel has brass balls. Sorry, but I just couldn’t keep that to myself any longer. It’s a good thing Catherine and Jules are out of the country or one or both of them might come over here and slap me down. I’m hiding from Nita.

Seriously, this woman knows how to fly into the storm. I’m in awe of this approach. Her campaign is shaping up to be a case study in how to run as a woman for statewide office. Nothing soft or sweet about it. No rocking chairs on the porch or cookies in the oven. It’s all balls to the walls and bring it on. Somehow this candidate, whose bio is a train wreck, who’s been a ridiculous and fiercely partisan SOS, who’s been counted out of the Governor’s race from the get go, is pulling this off.

I’m still not voting for her, but something tells me she’ll have Republican and Democratic heads on plates (or worse), before it’s over.

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3 Responses to Bring it on

  1. odinseye2k says:

    “Somehow this candidate, whose bio is a train wreck, who’s been a ridiculous and fiercely partisan SOS, who’s been counted out of the Governor’s race from the get go, is pulling this off.”

    Well, also, isn’t she getting a fair amount of staff and behind-the-scenes support from Sonny Purdue? It never hurts to have the current governor in your corner.

  2. PaulaG says:

    or brass ovaries

  3. It takes brass balls gentleman.

    A always, B be, C closing. Always, be, closing.