"But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive."
In endorsing her opponent, the Ft. Worth Star Telegram threw a HILARIOUS temper tantrum:
Political newcomer Konni Burton of Colleyville, a Tea Party activist who first grew concerned over the federal debt, somehow finds it easy to dismiss Shelton’s career and success.But the closing line is the best:
When he talks about working with Texas Republicans on conservative budgets and education policy, she replies as if something has gone horribly wrong: “So — how’s that experience working out for us?”
Instead of campaigning for the district, Burton seems to be campaigning against Austin leadership in general and for an ideology.
She strongly opposes runaway federal spending and wants to stave off any hint in Austin.
Burton is more dynamic and more in touch with this year’s trend.