So what does GOP Candidate Randy Graf have to say about it?
Asked if he believed the U.S. should engage in dialogue with North Korea, Graf said: "On that I can't say. There are people way above my paygrade currently that have laid out the course. Our commander-in-chief is obviously in charge of that decision right now, and I'm going to trust his judgment."Did you read that carefully, voters of Arizona's 7th Congressional District? Randy Graf still trusts the judgment of George W. Bush despite the fact that he has proven over and over and over again that he is an incompetent leader at best, dangerous quickshooter at worst.
Every poll out there gives a resounding message that the people are sick of the direction this country is currently barreling down. While we may differ on what would constitute a good change of course, it's clear that the status quo is unacceptable.
At first I thought Randy Graf was a rabid extremist, now it's becoming clear that the former golf pro is running par for the course - passing the buck to others when it comes to the tough questions and lockstep support of George W. Bush's failed vision of the world.