In his Quick Hit in today’s daily, editorial writer Doug MacEachern opines:
I’m no fan of campaign-finance laws, but as long as we’ve got them, former U.S. Rep. J.D. Hayworth needs to report his radio-talk show, a launching pad for his next run for office. I listen for maybe 15 minutes a day. And every day, he finds a reason to dis Sen. John McCain, a fellow Republican. Or he has one of his toady listeners beg him to run for senator. Or governor.
Rather than slamming Hayworth’s audience as “toady listeners” or maligning him for not falling for John McCain’s “maverick” style of leftward-lurching, there is a simple remedy for MacEachern’s obvious angst. Turn off the radio.