Thursday, April 28, 2011

Ryan opponent Rob Zerban interview on MSNBC.

Candidate Rob Zerban (zer-bon) makes his network debut appearance with The Nation's Chris Hayes on MSNBC. Zerban's early entry run against Randian Paul Ryan will give him a chance to sharpen his on air skills a bit, with none stop reasons to beat his opponent, and solicit support from across the state and  nation. Paul Ryan's "Path to Corporate Prosperity" is filled with built in talking points made for a Democratic challenger. (hint, search this blog with Ryan's name, lots of material)

My bet is in three months or less, Zerban will be ready for the endless media coverage only a Ryan opponent could garner. Enjoy.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for this new posting.

It is about time that Ryan has a serious challenger; the free ride is over!

I am tired of all the polished, arrogant and dismissive (Paul Ryan in Kenosha: "If you don't like it, leave the room," "they [meaning HIS own voters!] don't understand") politicians.

Rob Zerban comes across as a very genuine, determined, and knowledgeable candidate who is concerned about people on main street.