In a long editorial for the Washington Times, Joe Miller gives his own version of events in the recent Alaskan Senate election. Miller lost to the incumbent Lisa Murkowski, who became the first write-in candidate to win election to the Senate in over 50 years.
Miller attacks the Alaska Native Regional Corporations and Murkowski's "Super PAC," Alaskans Standing Together. He's using the "cut government spending" mantra that worked for some Tea Party candidates, but does his portrait of the Alaska Native Regional Corporations reflect the reality? And are the "slimy" tactics he describes all that scandalous, or is that how the political game is played?
What do you think?