Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Ready . . . Set . . . Nodler

Sen. Gary Nodler officially jumps into the 7th District Congressional race Thursday morning in Springfield.
His announcement will occur at the Discovery Center in Springfield on 438 East St. Louis Street at 10:30 a.m. The public is welcome.
Politicos say he's been making calls, inviting them to attend -- making it clear, "he's all in."
Then -- Nodler heads to Joplin, to make his announcement at The Continental Banquet Center at Granny Schaffer in Joplin at 2:30 p.m.
Nodler will join Sen. Jack Goodman, auctioneer Billy Long, Greene County prosecutor Darrell Moore and Ozarks Technical College Instructor Jeff Wisdom in the field. Convoy of Hope President Hal Donaldson has an exploratory committee -- but hasn't been heard from since he's begun exploring.
Inside Nodler's head: Who does he think his biggest competition is?
Our guess: Billy Long


Tina said...

Is third time a charm for him?

No, he will lose again I am sure. It is not like his ego has gotten smaller.

Robert said...

What a joke!

What is this guy running for that Billy Long is his biggest competition?


Give me a break.

maximus bevo said...

Mr. Nodler's huge ego and conceited attitude is legendary.

I am certain that his demeaning and scornful behavior toward the disabled person in a Joplin theater a few years ago will be his albatross during the campaign.

This story was publicized in the Joplin press and Mr. Nodler had no good explanation for his cruel and insensitive conduct.

This specific event publicly revealed a character flaw that exposed Mr. Nodler's true nature; and indicative of what many people have witnessed during his time in the legislature.

This boorish conduct should not be awarded nor tolerated in any public official.