On a recent TV talk show, Democrat Senator Roscoe Reynolds of Virginia’s 20th district displayed all the angry arrogance of Bill Clinton–minus the patina of charm.
Responding to a caller’s question, Senator Reynold’s insisted, “I have not paid a Texas firm to spread dirt about Mr. Evans,” his Republican opponent, forgetting only the finger-jabbing.
“So what are they doing for you?” the caller followed up.
“That’s none of your business,” the Senator snapped.
“Sure it is; I’m one of your constituents,” countered the caller.
And with that, the Senator actually rolled his eyes, sneered, and tossed his torso back in the chair he undoubtedly imagined a throne.
Senator Reynolds seems to have forgotten that elected officials serve the people, not the other way around. It’s time for the voters to fire him for insubordination.