Friday, April 16, 2010

cleaning up Sodrel's favorite/useful closing analogy

At least, it's what he used in the debate and the Tea Party event yesterday...

In describing why "life experience counts" (while wanting us to ignore key aspects of his political experience), Sodrel drew an analogy to home builders: If you were looking to buy a house, would you choose the one who had built a house or someone who had not built a house?

The inference we're supposed to draw is that one would choose the experienced builder.

But of course, it depends on the quality of the house that was built, yes?

Who would you use if the one house he had built had a cracked foundation and came in far over-budget, while the builder talked a mean game about how good he was?

I think most of us would want to try someone new!


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