I don’t know if this is an indication that Melissa Bean’s campaign for re-election to her 8th Congressional District seat is in trouble or that a League of Women Voter member is really angry about the negative publicity engendered on the Glenn Beck show fed by a video from a cell phone that was forbidden by rules at the Grayslake event.
Melissa Bean supporter “LCTruth” posted the following comment on the Glenn Beck YouTube article. It threatens a suit against the Joe Walsh for Congress campaign.
I thought you might want to read it, even if you don’t always read comments, so here it is:
“One hellava lawsuit coming to the Walsh Campaign for the video violation. The issue is not the Pledge, which no one finds fault with, it is the fact that Walsh and morseo his supporters feel they are above the rules.
“Walsh had the format three weeks prior to the debate.
“If the Pledge was SO important to him then he should have demanded it be added to the format.
“He did not, but insiders say he was behind this outburst.
“Throughout the campaign, there is one thing that is ever so clear to people that witness his band of merry-men and women, they like to break the rules, disrespect those that have a different view.
“Well in just over 120 hours, the voters of the 8th will send a clear message, we are not taking the country BACKwards…we are moving forward.”
I presume the threat has something to do with the negative publicity that the League of Women Voters got from this Glenn Beck video:
The McHenry County League was more open to voter education than the Lake County League.
You can see that from the video camera in the McHenry County College Conference Center in which its candidates’ forum was held.
One can only wonder why the Lake County League imposed its regulations.