Morning Poll: Does Ben Quayle Deserve to be a "Top-Tier" Candidate in Congressional Primary?
Aside from naming Quayle a top-tier, the article is anything but flattering.
The piece -- in so many words -- spells out why Quayle is the presumed leader in the race and it's not because of his glowing personality or his great ideas, which may or may not exist -- nobody seems to know.
Quayle, the article claims, is leading the pack because he has "a ton of money and 'cause of his daddy's last name," which "scares the bejeepers out of the nine other candidates seeking the Republican nomination."
The article then goes on to basically explain why anyone -- and everyone -- in the race is more qualified than Quayle.
It even quotes former state Senator Pam Gorman, another candidate seeking the nomination, as saying, "There's 10 people in this race, and there's nine of us that may not agree on anything, but we all agree that it is completely offensive that Dan Quayle is trying to buy his little a boy a seat in Congress,"
We want to know what you think: does Ben Quayle deserve to be a "top-tier" candidate? Is his candidacy as "offensive" as Pam Gorman seems to think it is?
Vote -- and see the results of yesterday's poll -- below.
Yesterday's poll question: Who Benefits Most From Dean Martin Suspending His Campaign?
-63 percent say Jan Brewer.
-37 percent say Owen "Buz" Mills.
Here is your morning poll: