Just after 11:00 a.m. apparent GOP Alaska primary winner for the U.S. Senate race, Joe Miller, tweeted:
What's the difference between selling out your party's values and the oldest profession?
Soon afterward the tweet was deleted, but the damage to his campaign might not be so easy to erase.
The Alaska blog, The Mudflats, is headlining the tweet:
Justin Elliott at Salon.com headlines his story:
The Washington Post is headlining their article:
Democratic Party nominee for this Senate seat race, Sitka Mayor Scott McAdams, hasn't yet commented on Miller's major gaffe, but his campaign is aware that this isn't the first time a statement by Miller has raised the eyebrows of feminists. Miller is staunchly anti-choice.
Word just in that Miller is reputed to have been in a three-car wreck this morning in Fairbanks. apparently, one of the three drivers, who rear-ended another, was tweeting.
Some wrecks are easier to fix than others.
(more on the car wreck as information comes in. I heard it on Shannyn Moore's KUDO AM talk radio program)
Gryph at the Immoral Minority isn't quibbling in his headline on this:
image - by Aaron Jansen from The Alaska Dispatch