My friend and law school classmate Phil Troyer is running for congress.
He is promising to fight for the principles embodied in a very solid-sounding Compact with America.
Phil apparently came up with this without even consulting our recent post on a Contract with America.
I won’t say great minds, necessarily … .
But a lot of us seem to be thinking alike.
Disclaimer for Eric Holder: No one paid me for this post, I get no benefit out of it, I have no affiliation with Phil’s campaign, he did not ask me to put it up and I have not told him yet, and I am exercising my core political speech under the First Amendment with this post. I hope that is still legal.
2 thoughts on “Phil Troyer and the Class of 2010 Compact with America”
If it is not legal, we have a serious problem.
I think I saw a post at Mudville Gazette stating “Blackfive” ( milblogger I am familiar with but don’t read regularly) is running for office in the Chi-town area (?) maybe….)
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