Non-political?

Former Virginia governor Mark Warner brings Democratic Senatorial candidate Jim Webb to Floyd today for a "town meeting" at the Country Store -- an event Warner's handlers call "non-political." Let's see: A former governor with Presidential aspirations (even though he's pulled out of the race for 2008), a Senatorial candidate locked in a neck-and-neck run for a seat that could determine whether or not his party gains control of the Senate and a "non-political event." Which one of these does not mesh with the other two? Sorry guys. My mama drowned the dumb ones.

Former Virginia governor Mark Warner brings Democratic Senatorial candidate Jim Webb to Floyd today for a “town meeting” at the Country Store — an event Warner’s handlers call “non-political.”

Let’s see: A former governor with Presidential aspirations (even though he’s pulled out of the race for 2008), a Senatorial candidate locked in a neck-and-neck run for a seat that could determine whether or not his party gains control of the Senate and a “non-political event.”

Which one of these does not mesh with the other two?

Sorry guys. My mama drowned the dumb ones.

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