During Tuesday night's Debate at the Slate, Scott Parsons billed himself as the voice of civility, a person who could work with others. Ron Angle, on the other hand, is out of control.
But during their debate, it is Parsons who lost control for a time when Angle dared to respond to a direct question. Here's that exchange.
Even the Moderator had to tell Scott that Angle was not out of control.
Later in the night, at the close of the debate, the voice of civility derided Angle with a personal attack having nothing to do with County issues. It amazes me that people who express such disdain for Angle's tactics are willing to use them themselves. I think their real problem is that they hate that a guy from the northern end of the Slate Belt can be so damn effective.
Here's Parsons, getting personal.