The Common Man
The real reason the News Sentinel doesn't like Stacey Campfield-he represents the common man
Then there are those supporters of Stacey Campfield who comprise his inner political circle, and many of them could be seen with him at the Crowne Plaza upstairs following the Republican victory celebration earlier Tuesday night. Many of these people had supported Campfield not out of their excess, but out of their want, and not because of what they might get in return, but only because they believed in what Stacey Campfield stands for. My wife made the comment afterwords that being there was different than other such gatherings we frequently attend. "Everyone there was like us," she said "they were just common people, like someone you would meet walking down the street."
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