Mud slinging seems to be the only way a candidate can promote his plea to be elected. No one will say what experience he has had, what he promises if elected and what he stands for.
The commercials can say downright lies and get by with it. Every commercial is negative.
In years past if a candidate wanted (and deserved) to win, he let us know how he planned to handle the job.
Now we have the important info in the current race that has not been mentioned in the multiple commercials -- that Charlie Crist was elected governor as a Republican. They don't show him wrapping his arms around Barack Obama and that he turned his back on the people who elected him and donated millions of dollars.
They don't call him a turncoat. In years past a turncoat was put in stocks, jailed, shot or hung.
How can the Democrats trust Charlie Crist to be their candidate when he is a convicted turncoat?
William F. "Rusty" Russell