By now, most everyone is sick of the Eliot Spitzer ads. Report has it that Spitzer has raised $40.7 million dollars for his campaign; if money can buy a race, then he'd win. But let's hope that that is not the case in New York. He is arrogant, rude, boisterous, and all around irritating. He has no social grace, not a bit of honesty is in his voice, and he has the presentation of a cross between a bull in a china store and a bat out of hell. In a debate, he could not even play by the rules, the mediator had to shut him up over and over again.(At times he spoke right over the mediator.)
John Faso has struck me as humble and courteous, a man who speaks on issues and not himself--a man who actually has a pleasant attitude. He has grace and speaks with a true normal voice, and his presentation comes across as someone who you grew up with. Report has it that he raised only $3.7 million; thank goodness he does not need more than that.
John Faso is against abortion, against homosexual marriage, against raising taxes and actually wants to end income taxes on the first $25,000 for filing single and $50,000 for married filing jointly.