Ben Manski wrote:Sorry. Can't agree with almost any of this. Perot was not well-known until after the debate. Ventura did not have a buzz until after the debate. And you must not spend much time around the environmental, labor, family farm, or clean elections movements if you think there's "no buzz" around Eisman.
Come on, Ben, you're smarter than this. Do you honestly think the attention Eisman is getting comes *remotely* close to what Ventura and Perot were getting at the time?
As far as those movments go, I guess I don't spend much time around them. And if I don't, what do you think that means about the general population?
Hell. If there's no buzz, why are we talking about it?
Because we're two people on The Daily Page forum. This isn't indicative of Wisconsin in general, much less *Madison* in general.