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Jan 31, 2012

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Hugh

Please, no.

Ernie McCracken

""I have empirical data that I was a terrible politician," he said, referring to his two unsuccessful runs for U.S. Senate."

So true, but I hope he knows that's OK. He's been a successful family man, businessman, public servant, and philanthropist for much of his life. No need to try once more at adding 'politician' to that list. Hopefully this is just noise from a few concerned Democrats. Having known Erskine for a good part of my life, I'd hate to have to vote against him a third time or see him go 0-3. The risk outweighs the reward on this one.

Peter Brand

"The Visalia Oaks and our 240-pound catcher Jeremy Brown, who as you know, is scared to run to second base, this was in a game six weeks ago. This guy is going to start him off with a fast ball. Jeremy's gonna take it to deep center. Here's what's really interesting, because Jeremy is gonna do what he never does—he's gonna go for it; he's gonna round first and he's gonna go for it."

Roy Munson

Peter, your post would hold more water if you posted as Paul DePodesta.

Paul DePodesta

It's a movie, not a documentary.

William Beane

"It's a movie, not a documentary."

I know.

Ishmael Boorg

Settle down you guys.

Tony Wilkins

""I have empirical data that I was a terrible politician," he said, referring to his two unsuccessful runs for U.S. Senate."

Running his record against GOP candidates to 0-3, I do believe he would at least stay out of jail during the campaign. That would at least be a positive for the DEM's current status quo.

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