Mr. Drucker is back. Remember the name? The practicing lawyer compiled an opinion piece in the Main Line Media News this evening, and in it, seized the opportunity to bash the PA voter ID bill in which he called voter fraud 'fictional'. We now have this in writing and we'll be exposing more on this later. But wait, the opinion piece reveals something important.
Read the last sentence. One could say it is now official Mr. Drucker will be back on the ballot in a self-promotional statement, made by Drucker himself. In the piece, he closes with: 'Paul Drucker is a candidate for state representative in the 157th Legislative District.' There you have it. He is a candidate - let it be known.
We did not forget the increased burden on families his policies would cause. The opinion piece is a compilation of talking points and ends with an announcement of a new campaign 477 days after losing his seat in what many view as support of the 422 tolls.
In politics, there is a saying "Today's headline is yesterday's news". Remember this: Politicians think people are busy (which we all are) and forget headlines of yesterday. Here is where they are wrong. Deciding factors on a voter is typically the last thing a voter hears in an advertisement or talking point. Well that all changes now - there will be many surprises to come out just days and weeks before election day - both local and national.
477 days later, we did not forget you, Mr. Drucker. You thought we slept, but here we are ready to 'remind' everyone. Hint Hint.