Berger's stunt backfires

Phil Berger this week did what most Republicans do when they want to divert attention from their failings. They reach into their bag of cheap tricks and pull out a publicity stunt. Instead of working to repair the damage he and Tillis have done to North Carolina's education system and environment, Berger wants to have a meaningless "debate" that will have exactly zero impact on anything.

Perdue was right to decline. We need leaders who are doing the people's business, not playing political games.


My view of Berger

If it weren't for his hefty size, Berger would remind us of Mini-me, a poor schmuck lost in the shadow of Thom Tillis, desperate for any kind of attention he can garner.

It's kind of funny, in a pathetic sort of way.