Joe Miller, the teabagger candidate for Senate in Alaska, takes a page from the Palin playbook and says “he will not answer any more questions about his personal background for the rest of the campaign.” Here’s why:
Multiple sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Alaska Dispatch that Miller used other employees’ computers to send out proxy votes in a failed effort to unseat Alaska GOP chair Randy Ruedrich.
Those computers belonged to Fairbanks borough employees, and Miller was the borough attorney at the time. Though, in Miller’s defense, this was way back in 2008, so it has no bearing on a race taking place almost 800 days later. My calculator doesn’t even have enough digits to calculate how many milliseconds ago that was.
At some point, the stupidity and uselessness of the one-size-fits all “shut up and blame the media” stragedy will dawn on these teatards, but it hasn’t happened yet.